1975 Qhedttm — W&%ou Wofifc; fCotkj Cotter CM)S — A^Bud^y Ack — J<Mfljdo*m, /Uefesso/DuoM/, fug^G^sfieby We, the class of 1975, dedicate our yearbook to a man who has worked hard as a teacher. He gets involved with his students and takes an interest in what goes on around the school. He's the kind of teacher who students feel they can talk to and he will listen. He coached our Powder Puff team (Jr. and Sr. years), started a dramatic club this year because he felt it was greatly needed and takes an interest in sports. He was asked to write many recommendations for students in our class which have helped us into the college of our choice. His greatest feat, though, is setting up of the Jr.-Sr. English courses, and trying to give everyone his first choice of electives. We dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Emmons! 2 3 Mr Dunn Miss Mecgan Mr. Fortin MICHELE DAWN ABBRUZZESE "Chele, Bruza" "Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others, cannot help but bring it to themselves." Likes — my friends, skiing, Elton, toasting with Humps, chocolate milk, my family, talking with Sha, Bermuda, being Italian, sponta- neous nights. Remembers Most — 9th grade, the Pink, flying Chemistry notebooks, dinner with Ing compli- ments J. C, F. H. raves, SSMC, the Three Musketeers, taxi service. Usually Seen With — Lil, Lil, Ingrid and Kiska. Ambition — To beat Li! and Lil to the N. End in the year 2000, and to someday perform on Broadway. Activities — Field Hockey 1 — 3, Basketball 1 — 2, Soft- ball 1 — 2, Student Council (Sec.) 4, S.A.C. 4, Class Trea- surer 3, Rousers 1 — 4, Band 1, Activities Comm. 2 — 3, Senior Class Play 3 — 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Intramurals Supervisor 4, Camp Wing 1 — 2, Powder Puff 3 (Co- capt.), 4, Donkey Basketball 4. CHARLES ALLEN JANE E. ANTOINE "Itchy, Heather" "A smiling face is an earth like a star. A frown can't bring out the beauty that you are. Love within and you'll begin smiling . . . They're brighter days ahead." Likes — my friends, sunny days, Stevie Wonder, black onyx, watching people, playing football, driving around, music, having a good time. C. Michael, taking walks, Roger P. Dislikes — rainy days, having natural curly hair, waiting, cold weather, introverts, being confused. Remembers Most — third lunches, Cotter's, birthday parties, Hallow- een, pink lemonade. Homecoming, the green monster, 151, wisdom teeth, babysitting, J. B 's parties, the beach, football games, talks with Tracy, having fun with Patty, Jimmy Longo, Killa's party, the pact. Target, occupied. Usually Seen With — Kathy H., Kathy C, Boyd, Tracy, my sister Patti, Elsa and my buddies Ambition — To meet Mister Know-It-All. Secret Desire — To show Mr. Henderson how to party and to take the snails out of their shells. JANET AMOS "Jan" "Dreams are nothing more than wishes. And a wish is just a dream you wish to come true." Likes — biking, Oreos, backpacking, sunshine, Elton John. Dislikes — crowded places, narrow-minded people, winter, compet- ing. Remembers Most — Ms. Schaeffer's Chemistry Class, first time water skiing, Beach bumming. Favorite Hangout — Black Rock Beach. Usually Seen With — Lisa, Trisha, Joan, Dyanne. BYRON AULICK Likes — Motorcycles, bidis. my stereo, my girl, Bultaco 125. Dislikes — Prejudice people, C.Z. frames Remem- bers Most — Trip to Arizona, "The Pits", Emerson-Lake- Palmer concert. Usually Seen With — Lynnc, "The Crew", my bike Favorite Hangout — The Beach. "Twads'. ANNETTE AUSTIN "Anne Green Springs" Quote — "This will be America's Nottest year, her not- test year yet!" Likes — Spanish classes, home economic classes, summer. B.G., W.F., D.B., S.G.. Dislikes — Math classes, M.J., Msy. and family. Remembers Most — Mr. Reade, El Halj Malik, Talent and fashion show. Wants to Forget Most — Mr. Nash, the changes CH S. went through. Favorite Hangout — Boston, Mrs. B. office. Usually Seen With — People in general. Favorite Expression — Que Pasa' Well, it was like this. Cause of Death — Natural causes. ■ GREGORY BACCARI "Dom" Likes — Long hair, smooth curves, sailing, skiing Dis- likes — Parent hassles, fights over nothing, JOS. Remembers Most — "all nighters." late night harbor action, track * 7 4 Wants to Forget Most — A certain Sat- urday night in December, July 12th, 19 7 4. Usually Seen With — Dave. Murd, Al and the Brewster Road gang. DEBRA E BADEN "Debi" "Black seeds keep on Growing." Likes — being black. ghjni.1. clothing design Remembers Most — The year of 75. El Hali Malik. Favorite Expression — There is a young storm coming in. it has nappy hair. Usually Seen With — The CM S. crowd. Activities — Young Black Society. The family. LISA WESTON BADGER "You've got to get up every morning with a smile on your face and show the world all the love in your heart." Likes — sunsets, powderpuff, the ocean, Mr. Cs eyes, screwdrivers, rainbows, daisies, daschshunds, white Christmases. Dislikes — lima beans, fighting, coconut, being alone, crying. Remembers Most — Peaks Island, having a little sister, having two older brothers. Wants to Forget Most — Lothrop Lane, my mom in the hospital, French IV. Usually Seen With — Robin, Hel, Lu. Mary, Janet, Asa. JAMES LOUIS BARRY. JR. "Jimmy" "The truth is what is; what should be is a dirty lie." Likes — To be enlightened, hunting, dancing, tea. Bud. talka- tive people Dislikes — leotards, passing out. nose bleeds, driving fast, sea gulls Wants to Forget Most — the bus box. R. Lion, CHS. L'sually Seen With — a glass bottle, cupcakes, B K.. P R , and outer space. Ambition — To get a job, collect a ton of tinfoil, and move to Alaska. 10 HOWARD LOUIS BATES "Eddie" "And no man after drinking old wine wants new; for he says, 'The old wine is good'." Likes — my friends, sun- sets, a full tank. Usually Seen With — my '66 white cor- vair. Noted For — laugh, Niagras, Bozo. Favorite Expression — "Duna, second gear " Cause of Death — Cruising with Mario. Secret Desire — To win the 1976 Olympic Decathlon. Activities — Football 1, Basketball 1 - 1 (Co-capt. ), Baseball 1 - 4 (Co-capt. ). Student Coun- cil 3, 4. DAVID NELSON BELL "Bud" "Live today, tomorrow may not come around " Likes — Cathy and Co., Mom's food, art books, painting family, Bowie, Beatles, skiing. The Farm, tennis, ocean, big waves, summer rain, chopping logs. Dislikes — waiting, dictators, facades, limpies, beards, winter rain, mowing lawns, thin paint. Remembers Most — 143, only one slow dance, 2 beefburgers to go, corkscrew lesson, Tink- ertown, jogging era, Trio in the cities. Wants to Forget Most — Football with Almeida, material with lace, Ihop, chocolate cake, 17 days confinement. Valley Forge Favorite Hangout — tree house in a fair oak, in my ski boots, farm house, mainline train station. JEAN BROOKE BOWDITCH "Bon. Mapha, Topo" "Living in a make-believe world." Likes — men in uni- form, John, fast cars, "Yes," starbursts, getting kidnap- ped Dislikes — pushy people, saying goodbye, getting bagged, clicks, one sided love Remembers Most — Dan- ny's apartment, biking with Eileen, midnight swims, pink elephants, the swings. Wants to Forget Most — a certain Sunday in August. S 8 "M, cutting foot. Usually Seen With — Kann, Eileen. Tracy, and The Men 1 1 CLAUDE BRASSARD "Bubbles" Remembers Most — First day in school. Wants to Forget Most — Norwell week, the hood, 11/20/74. Favorite Hangout — the beach. Usually Seen With — Viv, McNulty, Howley. Favorite Expression — "That's great!" DAVID BRANTON "Buzz" "Woe!" Likes: baseball, crazy people. Dislikes: crowded cars, school lunches, scamps. Remembers Most — The near bust at Hag's. Cause of Death — Cirrhosis of the liver. Secret Desire — to live in RA. PATRICIA BOWEN "Trisha" "One see can start a garden, one drop can start a sea, one doubt can start a hating, one dream can set us free." Likes — Sunshine, long beaches, windy days, Smucker's, chal- lenges. Remembers Most — Chemistry, playing tennis, field hockey, Biology, mudflats, Maine, water skiing. Wants to Forget Most — Hugo's, a certain AP class, wis- dom teeth. Usually Seen With — Joan, Janet, Kim Teri. Noted For — Height. 12 ELIZABETH ANN BUCKLEY "Liz" "I believe in the sun, even when it is not shining, I believe in love, even when I'm alone. I believe in God even when he's silent." Likes — Butch, rainy nights, snowy Christmas eve's being happy Dislikes — snobs, being sad. being told what to do, hassles of any kind, being alone Remembers Most — April 18, '73, Christ- mas Eve '7.3, Notre Dame, "THE" Friday night, good times up the park Wants to Forget Most — fighting with two certain people. Thanksgiving Night of '74. Secret Desire — To live happily ever after. ALBERT PATEN BUCKLEY, JR. "AT "Big Bird" "Oh, my reasons and my ways Keep on changing from day to day. As I grow It becomes clear Why I'm here" — Chicago Likes — Rocky Beach anytime. Sesame St., running, music, the pool. Beach Boys, E.J., poetry, Chicago, swim- ming, helping Dislikes — Getting mad, getting cut, doing nothing, cocky kids at the pool, not being me, apa- thy. Remembers Most — Chuck and the Pool, 12/7/74, Mrs. Klee, swimming lessons '74, Mel C. Wants to For- get Most — 12/7/74, Bubble's hood, being serious, not being serious. Activities — Track 1-4, Co-Captain, Soccer 2-4, Co-Captain, Basketball 1-3, Cross-Country 1. Class Pres. 3-4, Class Sec. 2, Class Vice Pres. 1, Chorus 1-4, Band 1-3. MARC BROWNELI. 13 WINSTON OVERTON BURGESS "Winnie" "The world is hallow for I have touched the sky." Likes — to learn, necessities, the woods. Dislikes — being called for a ride. Favorite Expression — What? Noted For — losing my keys. TRACY ANN CAMPION ALF LINDSAY CARROLL "You only live once" Likes — Michelob, munching, motorcycles, karate, small parties, working at Sunlight House, all my 12th grade teachers. Remembers Most — E.L.R, Deep Purple, Yes concerts, 11th grade — A-peri- ods, Lily Pond, 3rd period encounters with "the Goat". Favorite Hangout — Beach, friends' houses. Usually Seen With — Scott, Byron, Gary, Charlie, Steve, (The Crew). Noted For — headbands, curly hair, "Green machine", my Kawasaki. 14 CAROL CATHERINE CHISOLM "Carol" "Keep on climbing till you reach your highest ground." Likes — Going to N. H, seagulls, patches on jeans, con- certs, Angelo's Parties, Target, getting letters, blue, being a Godmother, honesty, Stevie Wonder, Mustangs, ironed clothes. Remembers Most — 7/22/73, 3/25/72, 10/6/ 74, working, Summer of 73, my raise, MacDonald's in Derry. Wants to Forget Most — Summer of 74, car pay- ments. Biology with Mr. Mika, 10th grade. Usually Seen With — No one from Cohasset, Laura, Brian, Anne, Billy, people from Hingham. Favorite Expression — "What a Bumma". ELIZABETH CIFRINO "Betsy" "As to me, I know nothing else but miracles." Likes — World's End, rain storms, Hopies, "Red Sox", oceans and more oceans, Van Morrison, living. Dislikes — litter- bugs, first impressions Remembers Most — travels with Mother. Ambition — To work in a Hotel. Secret Desire — To live on a remote island 15 JOHN CARMELO CONTE "Carmclo" "Drink today and drown sorrow, you shall perhaps not do"t tomorrow." Likes — hockey, M. M. L., Impalas, Sat- urday nights, good parties, drinking and chinking, Sandy Beach Dislikes — getting up early, 5:00 am practices, dead nights, snobs, a certain cat, having no money, hit- ting poles Remembers Most — 11/23/74, New Year's Eve, That Night, Tango, telephone pole, blue truck, run- ning into buses, Sparrells. Favorite Hangout — Sandy Beach Usually Seen With — Jonha, Portagee, Peter F., Lag, Megan, Louie Noted For — brilliance in Math Activities — Hockey 1-4. WILLIAM GREGORY CONNORS "Greg" "Little do they know the worth of water until the well has run dry." Likes — winter, swimming, skiing, sports cars. Dislikes — spiritless people, pessimists. Wants to Forget Most — Dec. 12. Cause of Death — A. P. Com- positions. Activities — Debating 4, High Times 4, Tack 1-4, Soccer 3. PATRICIA ANNE CODY "Tricia" "In heaven there is no beer, that's why we drink it here . . ." Likes — skiing, sailing, squash, straight shooting, beards. Dislikes — authority, French, gym. Remembers Most — Labor Day weekend 19 7 3, cushing, sitting out my window sill Wants to Forget Most — classes, Zayres. Day Sailer, capsize, Dr. Curry. Ambition — to sail around the world. JOSEPH WILLIAM COOPER "Coop" "When in doubt, pull out." Likes — Having the car, beach nights, pay day, parties Dislikes — warnings, acci- dents, them, sleczes working nights. Dean, getting up early Usually Seen With — Class of 'T>. Cause of Death — Riding shotgun in Jelly's car. Activities — Track 2-4, Cross Country 1 . KATHLEEN MARIE COTTER "Kathy" Likes — M&M's, coming from a big family, All, walk- ing, Grandfathers. Dislikes — Cliches, being misunder- stood. Remember Most — Bob's wedding. Wants to For- get Most — Filenes. Usually Seen With — Tracy, Kathy, Jane, Elsa. f DONNA MA YE COUGHLIN "1 never did a days work in my life — it was all fun " — Thomas A Edison — Likes — Racoons, the ocean, Ber- muda, cross-country skiing, laughing, the orange Opel, SCODON, Friday the l iths. the country, getting letters. Dislikes — sad people having nothing to do. people who use people, hot dogs, goodbyes, snakes. Remembers Most — 1 1 Z23/73, BBC, Parties at Tims, Summer of '74. Cruisin' in the Ramblin' Rambler (Red Bomb), Hallow- een. Wants to Forget Most — 6/7/74 Humphrey's drive- way, a certain sailboat accident, Z Usually Seen With — Donna and Cheryl, and the rest of the Roman Research gang. Julie. Susan L Secret Desire — To win the state lottery 17 TOM COWAN "Red" Likes — The Crimson Tide, Rich Little, my family, Alfred, summer, oranges, bumper pool Dislikes — Rak- ing leaves, being rushed, English papers, six million, eggs. Remembers Most — Holy Thursday, OT marsh- field. Ambition — To get that gold record with Jim and Lag. Activities — Soccer 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1-4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Table Football 4, Yearbook 4. MARGARET T. COWEN "Peggy" "... for thought is a bird of space that in a cage of words may indeed unfold its wings, but cannot fly," — Kahil Gibran — Likes — Piano, family, Cat Stevens, Reeb, the ocean during a storm, Steinbeck, classical music, mountains. Dislikes — burning buildings, dead- lines, reputations. Ambition — To run a river, write a book, work for Infinite Odyssey. KIM CRONINGER "What did I feel up there? It was an experience of sud- den euphoria within the context of an immense fatigue, which probably helped get the rational side of me out of the way ... a sense of being totally insignificant yet highly significant, an insight into the great pattern of control and divinity in the universe . . ." — Edgar Mitc- hell 18 CHRISTOPHER BLAISE CURELLI "Chris" "Lite- is full of internal dramas, instantaneous and sensa- tional, played to an audience of one." Likes — Blondes, Coke, meatball subs, chinking, Jill, getting away with merchandise from stores, Elton John, theatre, "flat-note", Fay, water skiing, basketball, nightlife, Paul Lynde. Dis- likes — Wine, Robert Redford, jealousy, Alice Cooper, phonies. Remembers Most — My TV commercial, the night at McDonalds, Ann Peters, the day I met Robin, that certain stowaway. Wants to Forget Most — J. Deans car, "that night", the "cancer" rave, I Forgot. Ambition — To be a movie star. SCOTT DANIELS "Music hath charms to soothe a savage beast, to soften rocks, and bend a knotted oak." Likes — Music, Art, Motorcycles, parties, dances and havin' a good time. Remembers Most — Hynes Auditorium, many unbeliev- able concerts (Before, during and after), Jerusalem Swill Cart, and many strange jams, Lavoies parties. Usually Seen With — Alf, Butt, Jon, Twad, and the rest of the crew. Ambition — To have a natural life of culture and creativity, to play Boston Garden. SUSAN DAY "Susannah, Savannah" "If you aim an arrow at the sun it will fly far higher than if aimed at an object on level with yourself." Likes — Security, having a good, "Green Death", G Washington Forest, the farm, B S. R., walking, smiling, the Beach, the first snow, Amsterdam, seeing, beginnings, R R . writing. Dislikes — Being rushed, worrying, working, thinking about bad times, not knowing, not seeing, put- ting things off, being dead, arguing, being afraid, ceme- teries, endings Remembers Most — Going to Europe. Jeff Smith, deeps days, wasting time, trying to figure it all out, the "Blue Submarine", Dx>bey Sisters, first con- cert, cruises to Bryant, a drowning episode, talks with J R., Halloween Usually Seen With — Julie. Susan. Mel- issa, Patti, Alison, Elsa, Beth. Donna. Ambition — To live happily ever after Noted For — driving on empty and running out. 19 MATTHEW DELANEY "Duna" Likes — Hockey, music, raving, potatoes, Tony's rave, R&C, concerts, good food. Dislikes — Losing, CP D., Hull, long bus trips. Remember Most: California, Jamai- can Cola, Beef's class, Freedom Jam, Tim's room and cel- lar, New Year's — '74 and '75. Usually seen there Activi- ties — Soccer 2,4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. PETER DOGGETT "Pete, Melvin" "It's better to try and lose, than not to try at all." Likes — Skiing, sailing, mountain climbing, Hot cars, Cunning- ham Bridge Dislikes — Getting ranked, shop, art, full weeks of school. Remembers Most — Cross-country, half days, Mr Sheeham. Wants to Forget Most — Ninth grade Favorite Hangout — Cunningham Bridge. Usually Seen With — Myself, Tree, Dave Shanon. Ambition — To be a successful athlete. Noted For — Being the only senior running Cross-Country. Favorite Expression — "We lost again!" Cause of Death — Car crash Pet Peeve — Dumb teachers. Secret Desire — get a VW to go 120 mph. JOHN Di TULLIO "Toole" "Oh!" Likes — Cars, pinball, sitting down, the beach. Dislikes — Bud., Nashua cops. Wants to Forget Most — a 25.00 red light. Favorite Hangout — Danny's Sub Shop. Usually Seen With — Winch, Dunk, Macka, Cochice, and Eddie. 20 KEVIN DRAKE Likes — Friday's, sleeping late, town. Dislikes — Hang- ing around Remembers Most — 9th grade football, sum- mer of 73, l lth grade homeroom. Wants to Forget Most — Summer of 74, classes with Miss Collrip. Favorite Hangout — any place but the beach. Secret Desire — To get away from Cohasset. CHRISTOPHER DOUGLAS "Chris" "There are many here among us who feel that life is but a joke. But you and I, we've been through that, and that is not our fate. So, let us not talk falsely now, the hour is getting late." Likes — the big "C", T. M., T. C, Du Boles. Remembers Most — The Glen, C.P.T. Tower. Secret Desire — Lots of snow. CHARLES JOHN D'ONOFRIO "Chas" "With few words, but high ideals, we live and think." Likes — Soccer, skindiving, sailing, singing. Remembers Most — '74 Christmas Concert, '73 Class Play. Usually Seen With — Al, Rick, Kathy, Paul. Ambition — To be called "Doctor D'Onofrio." Activities — Football 1, Soc- cer 4, Rousers 4, Chorus 4, Senior Class Play 2, 3, 4. ROBERT L DUNCAN "Dunk" "It's better to belch and bear the shame than squelch and bear the pain " Likes — Robin. Jos. P., Cat Stevens. Dis- likes — Thread, dented Mustangs and long drives to Norwich. Remembers Most — Jan. 1, 12:01 A.M., 1974, plays at the Cape. Wants to Forget Most — the North River, time square, guardrails on Rt. 7. Favorite Hangout — The basement. Usually Seen With — Winch, Guinea- o. Cochise, headlice. Dom Noted For — Sick jokes and wierd hair. MELISSA ANN DUNN Likes — C.F.B., V.C.'s, playing poker for the bottom, olives, parties, girls nights, deep day, sleeping, Scrup, Cleo eyes, being rowdy, Olympic games, summer. Dis- likes — Arguing, getting stuck in trash cans, getting carded, dieting, waiting, saving money. Remembers Most — Skip days, B B C. M.M's party, cruising in the p.p., J R., the blue submarine and the green submarine, Japan, RaRR., Doobies, Prom '74. Wants to Forget Most — New Years Eve '75, dancing on stage, dead beach nights, mono., tryouts for cheering, Sophomore Class Party. Usually Seen With — Doobie sisters, Carl, Les. Activi- ties — Student Council 1, 2, Softball 1, 2. Activities Com- mittee 2, Cheerleader 3, Yearbook 4, Class Play 4. PATRICIA MARIE DURKIN "Patti" Likes — Joe Dooley, sleeping, piggy punches, swim- ming, tangerines, surprises, parties, funny people, the British accent, puppy-dog eyes. Dislikes — WAR, for- getting dreams, night mares, getting blamed for some- thing I didn't do, my memory, worrying, phones, cracker jacks. Remembers Most — 2/18/74, BBC. N.Y.E.. 74, the blue submarine, the green machine, the man in the field, playing pool, Doobies. Ambition — to parachute. Activities — Basketball 1, 2. Softball 1, 2, Powderpuff 3. 4. Activities — Comm. 2, Class Play 4. Work Study 4. 22 BARBARA FIELDING "If only I may grow firmer, simpler-quieter, warmer." Likes — Plants, big storms, B.D.C., the woods. Dislikes — Fake plants, getting yelled at, being late for meetings. Remembers Most — Chris, Warwick Parade, Nov. 17 and Brad, Heinz Aud. Ambition — To go to Prescott, live in an igloo, have my own horse. Secret Desire — I'll never tell! THERESE ANN FIGUEREDO "Terri" Likes — animals farming, mountains, wide open spaces, music, concerts, crazy people, bicycles, Montague. Dis- likes — Mechanical humans, hangups, driving, progress, being sick, sitting through useless classes, minibikes, crowded places, not being where I want to be, dusty hay, cars. Wants to Forget Most — Certain happenings at cer- tain concerts, flunking my driving test, trying to get home from Quincy with Kate. Cause of Death — "insti- tutions" namely school, technology. Ambition — To have a farm and live the good life away from it all. MARK FLINT "Peaceful Gord" "Break my back with hard lovin." Likes — Football, beach, fleetwood, Johnny, skiing. My Mother, Who Dislikes — Losing Remembers — Most — Lavoies. par- ties. Made In Japan, window pane, Vermont. Frank, Jeff Smith Ambition — To get a job. Secret Desire — To live in Canada 23 DEBORAH ANNE GEARY "I want to laugh while the laughing is easy; I want to cry if it makes it worthwhile. I may never pass this way again " Likes — Music. Maine-iacs, summer, traveling, Polar bears. Marks Brothers, forests, Boston, good food, laughing, learning Dislikes — Waiting, chauvanism, not being able to sing in key, predictable people, fake flow- ers Remembers Most — Ma'am, a certain wedding, beachbumming. Day Three, Paris. Fortune-teller, an acccntric French teacher, A P. Biology. "AYUH". Wants to Forget Most — "the lip," S.H "Beefa", Papers on Fri- day. "Big Ed." Usually Seen With — My nose in a book. MARY SUSAN FOX "When the truth in your life is too terrible, that truth becomes your enemy." "I suppose that it goes to show you have to be very careful what you pretend to be . . . because one day you may wake up to find that's what you are." PETER LEO FLYNN "Bunk" "People who need people are the luckiest people in the world " Likes — summertime, parties. Heinies. talking to people, water. Stevie, friends. Dislikes — hassles, losing, uptight people, tests, saying "no", everyday fights, 3rd lunch crew, moonlight cruise in Duxbury, Summer of '74, Florida Remembers Most — After Prom. Dart- mouth '73, 5:00 A.M. practice, 0-10, N.H. break-in Ambition — To sizzle away in the Florida sun. Cause of Death — Over exertion at Sandy Beach. Activities — Hockey 1-4. Football 1, 2, 3, Soccer 3, Golf 1. 2/. CHRISTOPHER GOULD "Dash" "I took the road less traveled by and that has made all the difference" — R. Frost — Usually Seen With — The three musketeers. Likes — people who aren't picky, snow. Dislikes — Picky people, rain. Remembers Most — a certain set of railroad tracks in Hingham. Wants to Forget Most — a guy named Deece. EDWARD TOWNSEND GOGGIN "Kip" "Oh I have stripped the surly bonds of Earth" Likes — Freedom. Dislikes — cold wet Monday mornings. Often Seen — Daydreaming. Remembers — Tracks. Wants to Forget — a few unsavory characters. INGRID ANNE GJESTEBY "Ing, Engle, Dirni" "Dream any wish and believe in tomorrow" Likes — pis- tachio ice cream, rainbows, sailing, sunsets, sincere peo- ple, peanut M&M's, skiing. Dislikes — headaches, good- byes, being confused, being taken for granted, the cold, arguments, being hurt, getting up in the morning. Remembers Most — spring '73, dinner with Michele compliments J. C, size 44D, Norway, Homecoming. Wants to Forget Most — Nov. 27, 1973, class trip, mis- takes I've made. Favorite Expression — "It's bad for my health" ACTIVITIES — Basketball 2-4, Field hockey 2- 3, Student Council 2-3, Class Treasurer 4, Powderpuff 3- 4, SAC 3, PAC 3, Activities Comm. 2-3. 25 26 KATHERINE HANLON "Kate" "Live and Learn from fools and from sages" Likes — Horses, full moons, veggies. Remembers Most — Montague, New Jersey, Harvard Square. Wants to Forget Most — U.S. History. Cause of Death — forgetting to turn the lights on. PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE HELEN WINGATE HARRINGTON "Her "When you're down and troubled and nothing is going right ... all you have to do is call and I'll be there, you've got a friend." Likes — Sports, Field Hockey, pow- derpuff, sours, "real" friends, Chinking, Chris, Nick, Nicky, sleeping, sunsets, shopping. Remembers Most — Squam Lake, Westport N. J., Summer '74, a certain dance, fritos at beach, cruising, powderpuff, Montreal, the Southers. Wants to Forget Most — the Whisler, divorcee, two Toms That Night (2)! Junior class party, a sweet sixteen parry, L. W., Nov. 2/'74. Usually Seen With — Mary, Lu, Robin, Lisa, Lil, Asa, Janet, Lil, Tn- sha, Joan. Activities — Softball 1, Basketball 2, Field Hockey 2-3-4, Camp Wing 2-}, Rousers (V.P.) 4, Chorus 3-4, Powderpuff 3-4, Donkey Basketball 4 27 MICHAEL ED HART "Tree" Likes — Water skiing, snow skiing, scuba diving, Lan- tana, GTO's, fall, U.N.H. Dislikes — English, down- stairs kitchen, 880. Wants to Forget Most — SS, France, permits, skiing in '74, summer of '73. Remembers Most — The clambake, cape house. Usually Seen With — Chris, Kip, Bob, Monty. Activities — track, soccer. ROBERT BROOKS HARRIS "Bob" "Remember what peace there may be in silence." Likes — Girls, cars, bikes, racing, bowling, running, camping. The Wilds. Usually Seen With — Kip, Chris, Dom, Tree, Dave Jr. Ambition — To race in the Indy "500". Favorite Expression — Don't do anything I wouldn't do, but if you do, name it after me. Activities — Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2. Soccer 3, 4. KIMBERLEY ANNE HARRIS "Kim" "Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others can not keep it from themselves." Favorite Hangout — Eagle Electric Supply. 28 KATHLEEN MARIE HEALY "Kathy" "Words should pass between friends as the lightning passes from cloud to cloud We wish to spread and pub- lish ourselves, as the sun spreads it's rays; and we toss the new thought to a friend, and thus it is dispersed Friends are those twain who feel their interest to be one All beauty, all music, all delight springs from apparent dual- ism but real unity. My friend is my real brother." — Tho- reau — NANCY ALISON HASKELL "Laughing is the sensation of feeling good all over but showing it particularly in one spot." Likes — Snickers, my doogle and friends, motorcycles, dreaming on the, being Californian, and REBELS Dislikes — Mental Pain, phonies. Seeing Loneliness, and BEING SICK. Remembers Most — Weeza-K. Contest, the blue machine, watching Jeff be run-over. Wants to Forget Most — Cunningham, Bigelows, Sept. 22, '73, the Battle- zone Usually Seen With — Weeza, Dirgni and the crew of the green machine. Activities — Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1-4, Softball 1, 2, Secretary 4, Activities 1-4, Homeroom Rep. 1-3. PETER VINCENT HOBBS "Peter F., Hobbsie" "That F. don't stand for Francis" Likes — Raving, sleep- ing, chinking, drinking. Family. Dislikes — people mak- ing other people feel like fools, being sick, no money, no rave, attendance office, creatures. Usually Seen With — A bunch of F, ravers Remembers Most — Scituate Fair, Trayers House Rave. Cause of Death — Cancer. LOUISA PORTER HOLT "Weeza" "Live everyday to the fullest because tomorrow may not come." Likes — sailing, smiling, people, sports, ice- cream, beautiful places and scenes, snow, walking, helping others. Dislikes — Insomnia, days and nights with nothing to do, college applications and yearbook deadlines, not knowing what to say, acting stupid, being depressed. Ambition — To be happy! Noted for — Saying "forget it", "nothing". Secret Desire — to be able to tell a good story well. Activities — Field Hockey 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Softball 1-2, V.P. Senior Class, Yearbook 3-4 (Editor). 30 MICHAEL HOWLEY "Chuck, Willie" Likes — lounging, panavision, chocolate milk. Remem- bers Most — 8/30/74-10:00 am, S.P. and E C. "tell her." Wants to Forget Most — Football 73, 12/7/73, 1/5/74, running, knees, Tuesday at 8:00. Usually Seen With — Buck. Bubbles. McNult. Viv. Noted For — Strut. JAMES EVANS HOY JR. "Jelly" "When you open the window yourself, you get fresh air. When someone else opens it you get a draft." Remem- bers Most — D. C. at the beach. Favorite Hang Out — Sandy Beach. Usually Seen With — Cooper, goober. Saint, Josh, Hobbsy, Carmelo. Noted For — Knees, Driving Ability. Favorite Expression — Ahh, Who needs you anyway?. / LILLIAN MARIE HUMPHREYS "Lil" "Keep smiling It makes people wonder what you are up to." Likes — Woodland Polo, people who smile, storms, games, dancing, sunshine, the Cape. Virginia, big waves, Tyroleans, the little-yellow-cheap ieep, subs with every- thing Remembers Most — Cape weekends. Ellie. P.J R . a W Pter . to meet Lil and Michele at the N End in the year 2000, Cotter"s party. Class Play 74, diets, three posts that iumped out in front of my ieep. a certain burm. taxis from Hull Wants to Forget Most — "babysitting." Cause of Death — the other Lil. Usually Seen With — Lil. Michele. the ieep. 31 THERESA I.YN INFUSING "Teri" "Live for today, for yesterday is already a dream and tomorrow is only a vision "Likes — H.F.H., hockey, Gilles Gilbert, moustaches, sunshine, white roses, pup- pies. VW's, rainbows, coke Remembers Most — Chem- istry with Mr Cambell. 7/5/72, good times with "Peg " Ambition — To always be happy, try to make others happy Noted For — Losing my car keys three times in one week Activities — Majorettes 1. 2, Basketball 1, 2, Powdcrpuff 4. Class Secretary 1, 3, Student Council 1 - 4, Vice-President (S.C.) 4, N.H.S. 32 STEPHEN HURLBUT Remembers Most — Carter and Gina at the W. Barn. Wants to Forget Most — CHS penal institution. Favorite Hangout — Sandy Beach. Usually Seen With — Twads. Pet Peeve — Amount of beer cans at Sandy Beach. MELISSA ANN HUNTWORK "Mel" "Love is a feeling you feel for another, so love your friend and your brother." Likes — summer, parties, J. D.. being happy, new snowfalls. Dislikes — fakes, people that lie, school lunches, snobs, goodby's, homework Remembers Most — the skating rink, a certain party Usually Seen With — M.S., M L., and the gang Activi- ties — Cheering 1-3. Rousers 2. DEBORAH JONES "Debbie" "All I know is .ill I feel right now." Likes — going south in the winter, skiing. Dashers, waterbeds. Ditto. Dislikes — swimming at the "Y," having picture taken, chewed up tapes Remembers Most — Weekend at Dartmouth, working at log n 'Line with Susan. Pet Peeve — cigarette smoke in the face Secret Desire — For Molly to become friendly. BRADFORD LANE JACKSON "Brad" "Some men see things as they are and ask why. I dream of things that never were and ask why not." Likes — Alias, the Dodgers, the ocean. Dislikes — hypocrites, Monday mornings, work. Remembers Most — 8/21/73. Wants to Forget Most — English. Activities — Soccer 2, 3, Track (Mgr.) 1 • 4, Student Council 4, Student Advi- sory Council 4, Chorus 3, 4. LYNN MARIE INGEMI "Lynn" Likes — summer vacations, sailing, waterskiing, travel- ing. Dislikes — Cohasset Remembers Most ■ trip to Ber- muda '74. Wants to Forget Most — public speaking, geometry, hitting a skunk in S B 's car. Noted For — being too quiet. 33 ROBERT ALLEN JONES "Johah" Likes — Laurie, football, being whipped, #50, the three stooges. Bubbly, MacDonalds, Allman Brothers, George Former, DE-DE-DE, Juicy Fruit, Zeppelin, playing the role. Dislikes — Perfect people, sophisticated girls, no cash, too many wippsos, nags, getting lost, decisions. Remembers Most — "THAT NIGHT", visits at B. P., Sparrels, Almeida's army. Dubs. Wants to Forget Most — 0-10, Pond street, babysitting for S. D. for five months. Thanksgiving '72, Goose in the back seat. Usu- ally Seen With — Portagee, Carmelo, Peter "F". Activi- ties — Football 1-4, Hockey 1, Track 1, Band 1. STEPHEN SAMUEL JOYCE "Josh" Likes — Saturday nights, payday, Mich, skiing, Aeros- mith. Dislikes — warnings, school, sleezes. Cause of Death — Jelly's car. Usually Seen With — Al, Matthew, Peter, Jelly, and Rave. Remembers Most — August 30, 1974. AUDREY KNIGHT "Jay" "Thinking is man's only basic virtue, from which all oth- ers proceed." Usually Seen With — Randy, Mandy, Sandy. Beth, Kate, Terry. Likes — Ayn Rand, animals, seashore, skyscrapers and money and black. Favorite Hangout — #738. 34 KATHRVN KRAFT "Peep" "But beauty absolute, separate, simple and everlasting." — Plato — Likes — Duxbury beach, honesry, a fire in the fireplace, wierd animals, the rock, getting lost Dis- likes — Driving, artificial things, getting up in the morning, lies, backstabbing people. Remembers Most — The ditch, 8/24/74, Dunes Edge, the annual Francis bash, Hingham Library Wants to Forget Most — 1/9/ 72-11/5/73, L.O. and C.C. Pet Peeve — Dirty feet. AMANDA N. KRAVETTE "Mandy" Likes — Animals, music, privacy, school vacations, Christmas. Remembers Most — getting stuck in waders in M. Bio., seventeenth birthday. Favorite Hangout — A certain Dodge Challenger. Usually Seen With — Jay, Bern, Kate, Fig, Richard, Danny boy, myself. Activities — Band 1-4, Stage Band 2-3. RICHARD E KURTZ "Live Your Life the way you want." Favorite Expression — Hi! How are you' Likes — Summer, vacations, cards, sports, winning playing pool, parties Dislikes — Mon- days, rainy weekends having no money losing in cards Ambition — To break the bank in Las Vegas L'sually Seen With — The Ravers. Activities — Football 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Co-capt. . Baseball, Co-capt 1-4 35 DAWN JOY LAUE "Dawn" "1 have a feeling deep inside of me and I must tell you what it means to me. If I choose to tell you who I am, will you accept me without the shame? This fear I feel of sharing what's inside of me is greater far than any foe that I can see . . So please be gentle; show me that you care because who I am is all I have to share! Likes — G. C, long distance phone calls in the middle of the night, my family, M.J. Christmas, love poems, being in a good mood, serious conversations, beautiful scenery, lobster. Remembers Most — Freedom Jam and lots of other excellent concerts, L. B., Pennsylvania, living in N.Y., CHS parking lot, traveling. Dislikes — gloomy days, get- ting up early, my hair, being afraid, bugs, the attitude of Cohassct guys. Wants to Forget Most — driving BP car on Forest Ave. and 2/72. Secret Desire — to be satisfied with myself. DAVID LANGFORD GREGORY J. LAGROTTERIA "lag-ginso" Likes — fritos, golf, gambling, stairway to heaven, ping- pong, oranges, pintos Dislikes — Milk, my height, whipsos, worms in my lunch, cold winters, losing, bad weekends. Remembers Most — Sparrels, the night at the white house, 0-10, 1/18/75, seniors of 74, new years 73 with Loui. Wants to Forget Most — my football career, getting the ax twice, the Christmas party, making Boo Boos. Usually Seen With — Tom, Loui, Stash, Waldo, Dwight Activities — Football 3-4, Golf iA, Track 1-2, T.F.L. (Co-capt.), Games at the little league field. 36 MARY MARGARET LAUGELLI "Mar" "Never say goodbye to the things you love best, to peo- ple and places you meet, to the sound of the sea, the salt water smell, the cry of the gull, the rising sun." Likes — Ice hockey, football, the beach, sunsets, having a good time, seafood, helping others, music, D.S., having an "almost-twin sister", parties, cold duck Dislikes — Ital- ian food, spiders, picky-people Remembers Most — J.C., Wyoming, SIT. the Dike, cruising. Dean Oggie, M. Vineyard, chinking for 8, Boston, summer of 74, Christ- mas of ' 7 3, powderpuff, skating rink raves, 10/4/74, 10/ 5/74, Time Bottle. Polar Bear. ADC, the can opener. Beechwood Church. Wants to Forget Most — Canada '70, Vermont. Usually Seen With — Lu. Robin, Hel, Lil, Asa. Lisa Activities — Band 1-4. Chorus 3, Powder Puff 3. 4. Donkey Basketball 4. Rousers (Sec.) 4. LUANN PIA LAUGELLI "Lu" "When God puts a tear in my eye it's because he wants to put a rainbow in my heart." Likes — Karl, my family, food, friends, getting letters from April and Cindy, hav- ing an "almost-twin sister", kid (s), "Let's not and say we did!", being an Aunt. Dislikes — Vegetables, arguing, saying goodbye. Remembers Most — California, Assonet Day Camp, Maine, Beechwood Church, 4/16/74, 4/26/ 74. Usually Seen With — Hel, Mary, Robin, Lisa, Lil Asa, Karl. Activities — Band 1-4, Stage Band 2, 3, Pow- derpuff 3, 4, Rousers 4. MARY LOUISE LAUGELLE "Weezy" Likes — Tony, Hull, my job, independence, "THE REX". Dislikes — Frank, C.H.S., summer school, liars, unloyal friends. Remembers Most — Peter's Pond, the van, 1-1-75, my first trip Favorite Expression — Hey Carri! Secret Desire — To be an auto mechanic. 37 MICHAEL CHARLES LIBBY "Lib" "To be worthy, not respectable and wealthy, not rich; to think quietly, talk gently, act frankly; to bear all cheer- fully. This is my Symphony." Likes — My neighbor, good times, making money, raving, being involved, bas- ketball. Golf, Punt. Dislikes — Arguments, rudeness, grouchy people, worrying Remembers Most — Lou and Gordie over the years, June 16, 1973, My mom and dad. Favorite Expression — "Unbelievable", "Tuesday". Ambition — To lead a good life ELIZABETH S. LINCOLN "Beth" "Individuals should not be judged for what they have but for who they are, not by property but by personality, not by outer fortune but inner riches." — M. Ghandi — Likes — Music, sincere people, my family, my stereo, fruit. Dislikes — Prejudice, conceit, politics and squishy foods. Remembers Most — Mr. Mac, Henry 12/5/74, parties at #738. Ambition — To leave Cohasset and meet more "real" people. Noted For — Being absent. SARAH MARIANNE LINSLEY "50050" Tsvent-kiul. tsvent-kiul. lett-pool srore. Ko jy tsvantoor bat voo yore. Put-shinik on lo shee zo brath. Kim oon teetron on lo nath, Tsvent-kiul, tsvent-kiul, lett-pool store. Ko jy tsvantoor bat voo yore. So it goes. SUSAN LETIT1A LINSLEY "Linso" "Around and Around and Around we spin, with fccc of lead and wings of tin." Likes — My friends, the ^6, clim- bing, Carter Notch Camp, being alone, cool frosties on hot days. Dislikes — Rainy days in crowded tents, camp- ing at the airport without money, guiding light, loneli- ness. Usually Seen With — The Haff Gang, Oscar, Dee, and the little Age-V. Favorite Hangout — B S R., Fox's Den, H.O.H. Remembers Most — Jeff Smith, Bolgers. CAROLINE LOGAN "No man is worth more than another and none more than $12.93." — Kehlog Albran — Likes — Summer- time, swimming. Black Rock Beach, good friends, Jessie Colin Young. Dislikes — Cliques and Ravers. JAMES LOUIS LONGO "Louie" "Cowards die many times before their deaths The val- iant never taste of death but once." Likes — Sports, Lib, Elton, my family, the beach, rock candy, snowstroms, Alfred, Magilla. Dislikes — Raking leaves, T V., watch- ing sporting events with my brother, beets Remembers Most — Holy Thursday, Sparrell Funeral Home, Winter '73. Usually Seen With — Lag, Tom, Sulli, Mike, Clarky, Carmello, C H Ambition — To record a gold record with Tom Lag. Activities — Co-Capt , Baseball 1-4, Bas- ketball 1-4. Table Football 4, Yearbok Staff 4. Student Council 1, 2. 39 JOHN MAHER DONNA F. LORD "Dee" "Confusion will be my epitaph as I crawl a cracked and broken path, if we make it we can all sit back and laugh. But I fear tomorrow I'll be crying. Yes I fear tomorrow I'll be crying." Likes — piano, music, Frank Zappa, Jorma, grits, Valiant, reeb. Wants to Forget Most — Roman, Stratford upon Avon, organizations, tent neigh- bors Favorite Hangout — Fox's, Linsley's. Favorite Expression — "how'd you like to eat some cheese". Activities — YPF, Chorus 3-4. 40 DAVID MARTONE "Marty" "No mans knowledge here can go beyond his experience." Likes — Gran Record. Dislikes — Rave at the beach Usually Seen With — OP Bucky, Ali. the goo- bas. BETH MARSDEN "Berf , Big "V" " "The rarer seen, the less in mind, the less in mind, the lesser pain." Likes — Pistatio's, laughing 'til your sides bust, Buzzin' around, ocean, meeting new people. Dis- likes — Seriously, phonies, 3/26/ 7 4, hypocrites, that night in March with Alison Remembers Most — B BC, "the Rabbin," the red lights at Baz's, the story of tre- mendous. "Bouncy". Wedgeville. U.S.A. CHERYL ANN MARKS "Little Marksy" "There are many aquaintances but very few real friends " Likes — Richard Allan Green, summer, parties, being happy, my family Dislikes — Rainy days, saying gcxxl- bye, fights, school. Remembers Most — The Barn. 9/2 7 /?4, Prom, Labor day at D.S.. 10/10/73, cruising in the Red Rambler, playing buzz. Wants to Forget Most — The day Linda moved, coming home from Maine, falling asleep. Hangout — Ricky's house, beach. Red Rambler 41 GREGORY JOHN McCARTHY "Greg" Likes — Fridays, weekends, dances, having money, get- ting the car, the beach vacations. Dislikes — warning notices, term papers, report cards, leeches, getting bag- ged. Remembers Most — The party in C35, 4/4/74. Cause of Death — Jelly's driving. MARK JOSEPH McCARTHY "It takes them so long, because they have so far to come." Likes — the Bridge, PC, Stevie Wonder, my family, my friends, ganja, music, the ocean, sunsets, snow. Dislikes — prejudice, closed minds, poison-ivy, getting cut by Larry Schultz, traps, heroes, freaks, and hippies. Remembers Most - Florida, the Cape, summer escapades, Marty's, Creature's, excursions, Stevie, Boz. Usually Seen With — Pamina, Creature, James, Randy, Zap, goober and other assorted weirdos. Secret Desire — To help other people. JOHN MICHAEL McGINNIS "And the wind shall say: 'these were decent people, their only monument the asphalt road and a thousand lost golf balls'." Likes — friends, life, Mick 7 . Fridays, vacations, my car, basking, the Cape, skiing, sailing and good times. Remembers Most — Alf's A-period raves, studies, raves. Wants to Forget Most — Alf's A-period rave, and other goodies including Friendlies. Favorite Hangout — Rockey Beach, and other places. Ambition — To make the U.S. ski team. 42 MARGARET McKINNELL "Meg" "Party today, because you may not be there to parry tomorrow." Likes — Gig. sailing, skiing, Mick (agger, getting my own way, partying, seeing old friends. Dis- likes — WAR, fighting and hassling, fruit, getting caught, being with people who dislike me. Remembers Most — Racing with Tricia, Labor Day parry ' 7 3. Party- ing at S.F.C, skiing at Mt. Abrams, living in Hull. Wants to Forget — Zayres, everything 1 did wrong and all the mistakes I made, summer "74. Secret Desire — To sail around the world and ski in Switzerland. Activities — Field Hockey 1.2, Softball 1.2. DAVID McNULTY "McNult" Remembers Most — $17.50. S.P. and EC, Claude Spe- cial, Window Night, 10/26/74, Dick. Wants to Forget Most — "The Memory of Us," shoulder rolls, snowman, armrest. Ambition — To walk normally. Noted For — Slim Jims, 60 cent tips, knees, 2 rounds. Favorite Expres- sion — "Oh Betsey". LILLIAN MARIE MURRAY "Lil. Mur" "I am one. but I am only one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something What I can do, I ought to do Any by the grace of God, I will do ." Likes — R H K., dad, horses. Hobby, friends, basketball, mail. Mr Mac. Mr C, Mr. Di, Mr. C, pitzellies. Minot. calendars. Panda Bears. Remembers Most — "Sting", big sisters. 6/15/74. 7/21/74, Girls State, W P weekends. Polar Bear. Hardy- Hap-Ups, Summer of 74, 1 8th birthday. "Fung. Fung", mashed potatoes. "G". N End with Mif and Lil. Big B Wants to Forget Most — Eggbeaters. Pcxxiles. argu- ments, chase, CCHS, SIT, 6/9/ 7 4. goodbyes, losing cer- tain friends, falling through d<x>rs. Usually Seen With — Lil, Michele. Ricky. Gelli's. Nanci and everyone Activi- ties — Field Hockey 1-4. Basketball 1-4, Softball 1, 2. 4. Srudent Council 3, 4. S A C (Chairman) 4, Rouscr (Prcs idem) 4, Senior Class Play 3. 4, Band 1. Chorus 1, 2, 3, Class Activities Committee 1-4, Yearbook Staff (Sports Ed) 4, Camp Wing 1.2 43 SUSAN O'BRIEN "Tis better by far to forget and smile than to remember and be sad " Remembers Most — Summer of '73, St. Louis, the parking lot. whispering pines, H. B. S., the unforgettable Lilces — being happy, to dream, out-of- the-way places, "Moose", little things, "real" people, dancing. Blue Grass, freedom, games people play, the "mad" world we live in. Noted For — smiles and things. Ambition — to fulfill A I.I. my desires. JEFF NICHOLS "Nick" Likes — 9 o'clock coffee breaks. Dislikes — Gym. Wants to Forget Most — getting up at 6:30 for school. Ambition — to be a police officer. VICTOR M. NAJJAR "Monty" "I ran from life. I wanted to live There was no place to go." Likes — Good rave, home crew, winning a game, some people, passing Calculus tests. Ambition — to become a mad scientist. Noted For — Vega with black strips, leather cap, scummy notebook. Favorite Expres- sion — I'm upset. Secret Desire — to find a cure for plugged plumbing. 44 DAVID HUSTON POTTENGER, III "Pot" "If you can't say something about somebody to that per- son's face, then don't bother to say it at all." Likes — Emerson. Lake and Palmer, the Reds, the Finast, Sha Na Na, Florida, Rusty. Dislikes — The Dodgers, hypocrites, standard shifts Remembers Most — Table Talk Pies, Europe, Cohasset Soccer League Wants to Forget Most — 6/15/74, smashing up both cars Activities — Foot- ball 1, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball (Mgr) 1, Baseball 2, Track (Mgr) 3. 4, High Times 3, 4, (Sports Ed.) Class Play 4, Variety Show 4, Debating Team 4, Senior Chorus 3. 4, Senior Ensemble 3, 4. JULIE PARKER "Buff" "Upon your imaginary forces work." Likes — Camels, laughing, skiing, food, finding things, remembering, looking forward. Dislikes — Being cold, muddy water, people who don't try to understand. Remembers Most — Participating in strange ordeals, all the good times. Ambition — To be the first at something. Secret Desire — To be able . . Activities — Cheerleader 1-4 (Co- capt ). Tennis 2-4. Ski Club 1, Senior Class Play Commit- tee 4, Outdoor School 1, Powderpuff 3, 4. ROBIN EILEEN PAPF Likes — Sandy Beach, sunsets, dances, powderpuff Dis- likes — Snobs, science, people not minding their own business. Remembers Most — Peak's Island, Me., a week having two older sisters. Wants to Forget Most — "Strangers In the Night," 3/26/74. 6/1/74. 11/2/74. Usually Seen With — Lisa. Helen, Lu, Mary, Asa, Li] JOAN GAYE PRESCOTT "Joan" "Do any humans ever realize life while they live it — every, every minute? . . Oh Earth you're just too won- derful for anyone to realize you." — T. Wilder — Likes — Louds Island, Maine, Strawberries, curly hair, nostal- gia, America, Spring, Winnie-the-Pooh, stars, Errol Flynn, getting mail. Dislikes — Smoke, Extremes, sun- bathing, applications, unpacking, telephones. Remem- bers Most — 19^3, visiting sisters, summer of '72, being sixteen Wants to Forget Most — \ CHRISTOPHER T. QUILTY "Chris" "It ain't nothing but a parry" — J. Geils — Likes — Wilderness, rainy days, Dutch dark, critters, greenplants. National Lampoon, Janis Joplin, skiing, climbing, most of my friends. Dislikes — Phonies, ripoffs, evil gossip, dull weekends, cities, corruption, pollution, hunters, and an assortment of other foul things. Remembers Most — Barbara Favorite Expression — Unbelievable. LYNN MARLANE R1TTER "Critters" "When you walk, keep your head up high, don't bother asking why, just walk on and on, and remember that when you go down to die, that the limit was the sky " Likes — Charlie and Dolly, being happy, smiles, true people, the feeling of being loved, Eddie, Bootie, people, all things bright and beautiful, sad eyes. Dislikes — Being lonely, fakes, two faced people, liars, boring days, being yelled at, being hurt. Cause of Death — Laughing too hard or drowning in my own tears. Remembers Most — Growing up to be what I am today, "Only Myself " Noted For — Being myself and always saying exactly what I think about everything . . Sometimes good and sometimes bad! But always there. Being supersensitive. it DANA SALVADOR "Jo" "I want to get out of here." Likes — Quiet places, meet- ing strangers, getting lost, loud music. Dislikes — Good- byes, not seeing friends. Usually Not Seen. Wants to Forget Most — Getting up for school. Ambition — To get away from Cohasset. DONNA SARGENT "Sarge" "If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember what you said." Likes — Parties, basketball, the beach, to laugh, subs, funny people, weekends, snowmobiling. Dislikes — Hotdogs, coming in on time, death, sad peo- ple, snakes. Remembers Most — Summer of '74, Tim's L.D W., Buzz, swimming. Wants to Forget Most — The Z. Favorite Hangout — the beach, Roman Research. Usually Seen With — Cheryl, Donna C, and Roman Research gang. Activities — Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Powderfull 3.4.O.E.A. DAVID MICHAEL SHANNON "Dece" Likes — computers, Elton John Dislikes — Advanced biology, Latin. Remembers Most — August 12-Scptcm- ber 3, 1974. Secret Desire — To own a computer. 47 FERDINAND BRIAN SINGLETON "Tuffy" "I am the one and only." Dislikes — CHS system, some people in the system and the school. Likes — herbs, women, parties, music, sports, and foods. Remembers Most — J. H., S. M., R. W., D. B , J. B., D. L., and oth- ers. Favorite Hangout — In front of the dining hall and gym. Ambition — to be successful in life. ROBERT SILVIA "Portagee" "If you would not be forgotten, as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading, or do things worth writing." Likes — Weekends, parties, rav- ing, drinking, playing pool, pool hopping and double ses- sions. Dislikes — English, Monday morning, dull week- ends, running into snowbanks. Tango. Remembers Most — Cleaning John's car. Wants to Forget Most — Flying street hockey sticks. Activities — Football 1-4, Hockey 1. WILLIAM LIVINGSTON 44 ANNE ELIZABETH STANFORD "Anne" "We have lived not in proportion to the number of years we have spent on earth, but in proportion to those we have enjoyed." Likes — J., summer nights, concerts, blue daisies, friends, working, riding my racer, Angelo's par- ties, Volkswagens, summer squash. Dislikes — Being lefty, driving in the snow, not having enough time. Remembers Most — Weekends, football games. Beach Boys Concert, summer of '74. Usually Seen With — Carol, Dyanne, friends at work. Ambition — Master psy- chology Activities — Cheering }, 4, Senior Chorus 4. SARAH SMITH "Some men see things as they are and say why, I dream of things that never were and say why not." Likes — The Boston Red Soxs and all sports, snow, children, traveling, mountains, Alps, sleeping late. Dislikes — Writing Eng- lish papers, losing, oral reports. Remembers Most — Summer 74, trip to Europe, Powder Puff, getting my srudebaker. Wants to Forget Most — Miss Devers 9th grade English class. Field Hockey Camp, certain bad days. Activities — Band 1, 2, Field Hockey 3, Softball 2- 4, Powder Puff 3, 4. CARTER THORPE SMITH "Cada" "You are willing to die, you coward, but not to live. You are to live and learn to laugh." Likes — Musak, S F., reeb, R.L.I., laughing, comicbooks Dislikes — Glass, rowdies, murdering mouths. Remembers Most — The day the water tower blew up. Wants to Forget Most — A party in Hingham, mud, hat. Usually Seen With — Boots and long underwear. 49 RANDALL E STEELE "Randy" "You tan get it if you really want" — Jimmy Cliff — Likes — Greatful Dead, the Bridge, the big "C", Dr. John. New Hampshire, the Blind Prophet. Sugar Magno- lias. Dislikes — phony's, "creeps", ripoffs and whatnot Remembers Most — Grateful Dead, stepping out, the "stump". Whitehead, sunrise celebrations, c.c.R., win- dow paine productions Wants to Forget Most — The Green Bomb. Acid Indecision Secret Desire — To romp in the fields of Columbia GREGORY P. St JOHN "Saint" Likes — Beach after 8:00, pool, fire, Friday's. Dislikes — Billygoat, car accidents, speed, and Monday mornings. Remembers Most — Aug. 30, 1974, midnight. Wants to Forget Most — School van. Activities — Basketball 2, Track 3,4. t BRIAN SULLIVAN "Sully" "They know I know, and I know they know I know, but I don' know how much I know " Likes — summer, ice cubes, thunderstorms, football, getting the car, and the beach. Dislikes — Shoveling snow, asking for the car. the chores, 10 in a row, J B Remembers Most — Hol\ Thursday, 1974 — the rock on beach street. Usually Seen With — Big M.Jim, Top Cat. and little Lag Ambition — To make a billion dollars and die in debt. MAUREEN ELIZ. SULLIVAN "Hot", "Sully" "Live for today, because you may not last till tomorrow" Likes — truthful people, Saturday nights, high-perform- ance cars, snowy nights. La La Rusty R. Dislikes — volk- swagons, school, being told what to do, fights, cliques, getting stuck in the middle of things, people that are aggravating. Favorite Hangout — Anywhere but Cohas- set!! Usually in Hingham or Hull. Usually Seen With — Mary and the rest. Noted For — rwitch, never being on time, mianns, excuses. ■DYANNE LEE SYRMOPOLOUS "Dyanne", "Di" "Nothing is more highly to be prized than the value of each day." Likes — Cape Cod, beaches, music, piano, chocolate, friendly people, sailing, skiing, laughter, trav- eling. Dislikes — saying goodbye, crowds, tests, being disorganized. Remembers Most — Greece, summers at W. Dennis, Elton John Concert, skiing in Canada. Usu- ally Seen With — the cheerleading group, Janet, Julie, Anne, Marsh fielders. Activities — Cheerleading 1 -4, Chorus 3-4, Computer Science 2, Rousers 3-4, Softball 1. LISA TOWLE "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves." — John Muir — 51 MATTHEW HARRY TRASK "Matt" Favorite Expression — "Get a Chevy and follow me." Likes — '64 Chewies, Hondas, money, Pinking, S H , Molson's B Dislikes — Fords, Suzukies, work, 5:45 Monday, Cohasset. Cause of Death — 1 white Impala and 1 telephone pole in the wrong place. Remembers — Polar bears, stage crew, Boyfriend, carrigain. Activities — Polar Bears 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 3, 4, A.V 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4. PAUL TRAYERS "Paul" "I've been down so goddamn long, well it looks up for me." — Jim Morrison — Likes — Summertime, frisbee, the bridge, full moons, Morrison. Dislikes — School lunches, certain restaurants, rainy days, Mustangs. Remembers Most — Freedom Jam, Nova Scotia, ELP & Mai's. Ambition — To travel around the world. Secret Desire — To be a success and yet be content. GARY TWADDLE "Twads" "No question about it." Likes — Being free, drinking, getting the car, MJ Dislikes — High School policy. Remembers Most — Hynes Auditorium, New Years Eve '75, Nova Scotia. Usually Seen With — John Brad, Scott, Steve, Carter, Winston, Chrises, etc., etc. Ambition — To become a musician. 52 MICHAEL JOSE WALLS "Mike" "Be yourself if you ever hope to be somebody." Likes — Iced Tea, sports, the summer, home fries, bumper pool Dislikes — Spanish, raking leaves, eggs, R R. Remem- bers Most — Holy Thursday, shining bells. Usually Seen With — Loui, Tom, Lag, Sully. Activities — Baseball l- 4, Football 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Student Council 1, 2 DAVID VIVIAN "Viv" "It's only the giving that makes you what you are." Likes — E.J., green monsters, back seats. Remembers Most — Armrest, Gordie's triple play. Usually Seen With — Bub- bles. Ambition — To carry the football. Noted For — Smile. ELISABETH CAROLINA VANDERLUGT "Elsa" "There is a destiny . . . that makes us brothers. None goes his way alone. All that we send into the lives of others, comes back into our own." — Edwin Markham — *, t 53 SARAH A. WATROUS "Sarah" "You've got to shake your fists at lightning now. You've got to roar like forest fire; You've got to spread your light like blazes all across the sky." — J. M. — Likes — Quiet, books, music, art. Teaser and the Firecat, unusual voices. Remembers Most — Ma'am, "thelip", several bizarre teachers. Favorite Hang-out — empty math/sci- ence rooms. Usually Seen With — my yellow Volk- swagen Noted For — ability to be rude and crude. EDWARD WHITE "Eddie" "Make out with what you have." Likes — Rona Sher- man. Remembers Most — my experience from Boston to CHS in my Jr. year. Wants to Forget Most — my first year at CHS. Pet Peeve — Ignorance. Activities — Stu- dent Council, Chorus. LAUREL R. WILMORE "Only when you have no thing in your mind and no mind in things are you vacant and spirited, empty and marvelous." — Te-shan — Likes — Brown Rice and Veg- gies, my banjo, bright eyes, dancing. Dislikes — gossip, inconsiderate people. Remembers Most — Foxhollow Folk Festival and Banjo and Fiddlers Contest, Vermont. Ambition — to live on a farm in Vermont /travel many countries. Favorite Expression — Listen you . . ./ hmmm! S4 LEONARD EDWARD WILMOTH "Free at last, free at last, thank God I'm free at last." Favorite Expression — Get out of my face chump. Usu- ally Seen With — Clive Wilmott, Tuffy Singleton. Likes — young Black women and good wine. Dislikes — rid- ing my bus to this school. CLIVE HANS WILMOTT "I wanna be free" Favorite Expression — Hail Rasta. Usually Seen With — Lenny Wilmoth. Likes — Foxy Broad and Asti Spumante. Dislikes — having to say sorry when someone steps on my feet. GREGORY MICHAEL ZAPPOLO "Zap" "Some days you eat the bear, and some days the bear eats you." Likes — Wasting time, my family, Frank Zappa and Johnny Winter music, freedom, and being lost. Dis- likes — Inconsistency, the "rave", your basic townie, Randy and his pet seagull. Remembers Most — Win- dowpane productions, Colorado, Groat's, Slim, Marvel- ous Mai's, The dead. Usually Seen With — the undesira- bles. Activities — Football 1, Basketball 1-2, Soccer 34, Tennis 1-4. 55 Beth Marsden (full-back) Richard Kurtz (split-end) 56 o^CxMto&Uoii^ Gvil's State/ Dcbra Geary Lillian Murray Dyanne and Jon 59 60 Best Cxmb, 4 Beaufy owl BtctlaS PvteMtesb Terri and Greg Michele and Jimmy Jane and Ed 61 Wtitiesb 63 SARAH BLOSSOM "Sara" "Consideration is the First step in leaving apathy behind." Likes — Chinking, traveling away from Cohas- set, Italy. Dislikes — Cohasset High School, nights at D. D.'s, with J. S. Remembers Most — 7/31/73, 8/20/73-9 /20/73, parties at Leo's, Mr. Al's. Wants to Forget Most — years at C.H.S., certain students at C.H.S., horrible I. P. S., classes. Usually Seen With — Lynn, Ju-ju, etc. TOD MacKENZIE "The difficulty in life is the choice." Likes — Westport, Elton John, money, '74, food, summer, graduation. Dis- likes — Mass. drivers and Mass. accents, being broke, moving, Monday mornings. Ambition — To be happy — and more importantly, make millions! £EMOR£ WUO WVE LEFT 64 ROW 1 — C. Yeager, M. Saldi, J. Mitchell, M. McGinnis, J. Shannon, A. Watson, B Winn, A McCarthy, L. Travers, M. McGinnis. ROW 2 — P. Power, L. McCarthy, R. Madigan, M. Win- chester, B. Suddath, R. Hammonds, M. Buckley, J. Piepenbrink, S. Sinopoli, C. Young. 66 ROW 1 — B Fiori, A Fox, L. Francis, K. Costello, N Goff, A. Donovan, S. MacKenzie ROW 2 — M. Durkin, R D'Onofrio, L. Curley, E. Gainor. ROW 3 — J. Grisdale, P. Graham, A Gil- more, B Dristoll, I. Souther CP 1976 ROW 1 — L. Klier, K. McArthur, E. Block, T. Chiaisson, M. Buckley. ROW 2 — M. Hall, C. Hoy, P. Ballerino, C. Bell, C. Holt. ROW 3 — T Briggs, B Blakeman, A Bjorkland. ROW 1 — D Atkins, L. Gibbons, S. Curley, W Frieson, D BuckJey. ROW 2 — D DeGiacomo, P. Kelleher, D. Burke, G. Collins, R. Donahue, J. Lagroterria. ROW 3 — R Kravette. D. Clarke, D. Hoffman, S. Ketchman, S. Bowditch, A. Haskell. ROW 1 — B Livingstone, K. Lyons, S. Kravette, P. Lewis. ROW 2 — D. Vivian, J. Harris. J. Kearney, E. Joseph, W. Hobbs, M. Fink, M. Hart. ROW 3 — G. Harris, S. Gilmore, W. Halloran, P. Gunville, M. Foster, R. Livingstone. ROW 1 —J Mavrer, B. McGugoan, S. McNulry, M. MacNeil. ROW 2 — P. Mcintosh, B. Mulhern, D. Goyette, M. MacKinnon, D. Neelon, V. Norris. ROW 3 — L. Montouri, W Marsh, W Marsden, A. Hassan, G Koed, S. Millard, M. McLean. CLAQQ ROW 1 — A. Cotter, J. Basmajian, J. Cahill, C Bourknight, C. Brennock, S. Barrow. ROW 2 — J. Besse, J. Buckley, D. Bell, E. Bishop, K. Bobo, J. Baird, S. Cahill. ROW 3 — R. Chisolm, D. Blakeman, L. Blair, G. Ashjian, T. Bursk, P Branagan, K. Buckley. J. Bo wen. ROW 3 — J. Donnelly, K. Donahue, K. Curelli, M. Dooley, S. Ellis, J. Emanuello. ROW 2 — R. Drake, L. Drago, K FaheyJ. Vivian, J. Donnelly. ROW 1 — D Doggett, B Dougherty, R. Fletcher. 68 OF 1977 ROW 1 — M. Duane, D. Washburn, M. Sullivan, V. Vandcrlugt, A. Tye. ROW 2 — B. Taylor, J. Viola, L. Taylor, K. Wilkinson, P. Tillotson. ROW 3 — K. Winn, S. Sweeney, N. Trettis, R. White, J. Cooper. ROW 1 — D. Stover, D. Silvia, S. Stanford, J. Walls, D Silvia. ROW 2 — B. Reynolds, M Seastrom. J. Shooshan, M. St. John, R. Rice, P. Reardon ROW 3 — K Kamerschen, J Roberts, H Schlacter, K. Smith, L. Sadler, K. Porter, C. Salvador, D. Seavey. ROW 1 — F. O'Rourke, R. Walsh, W. West, P. Watson, E. Srudley. ROW 2 — W Thayer, C. O'Connor, M. Patrolia, C. O'Brien, J. Maurer, N. O'Brien, R. Pennington, L Lyons. ROW 1 — J. Curley, M. Carroll. B. Coleman. E. Curley. C. Booknight ROW 2 — M Davis, J. Catronabone, L. Carroll. K Dillon, K. Daniels, A. Carroll, G. Callihan ROW 3 — M Brassard, J Dean, S. Cifrino, M Coe. L Dickson, J. Cone. 69 ROW 1 — K Hanley, C. Enos, A. Ferreira, C. Cowan, T. Dooley, D. Farwell, B Drago. J. Durkin, D. Gleaves. ROW 2 — P. Fox, K Dickson, D. DiNardo, P Jones, D. Fahey, P. D'Onofrio, S. DiTullio, P. DeGiacomo, B.J. Leach, S. Young, J. Hannon. ROW 1 — D. Davis, R. Ryan, S. McDonald, L McAdams, M. Sarian. ROW 2 — H. Marsh, L. Ahearn, T. Hernan, J. Roy, D Schleicher, S. Howl. ROW 3 — C. Elliot, C. Salerno, C. Bruza, B. Harrington, M. Marchesi. ROW 4 — P. Hellar. OACQ ROW 1 — S Bjorkland, D.Jones, K. Bilodeau, C Westerhoff, A Bellefontaine. ROW 2 — A Marks, D Brown, G Atwood, J Carlson, D. Buckley, M. Caruso. ROW 3 — Y. Vcsc, T. Buckley, P Carmody, B Booth ROW 4 — J Barret, G. Collins, E. Carroll. ROW 1 — G. Stover, S. Sandblom. ROW 2 — D Whitlow, M. Joyce, N. Divine. D. Sargent, M. Sestito. ROW 3 — M. Twaddle, P. Wilmot, J Whelan, C Stover, c Sestito. 70 ROW 1 — E. Munroe, E McDonald, L. Klier, K. Anderson, M. Lon- dergan, J. Keenc, M. Gurnis, J. Lahagc. ROW 2 — C. Hoffman, L. Harris, S. Keating. ROW 3 — P. Madigan, R Hill, I McCormick. ROW 4 — D. Gunville, J. Hoy, J Porter OP 1 97B ROW 1 — T. Fernald, R. Topper, S. Atkinson, B. O'Brien ROW 2 — T. Tewksbury, ROW 1 — L. Smith, K. Linsley, M. Kurtz, C. Trask. ROW 2 — H. Chase, M Dunn, S. W Ross, P. Farren, J. Dean. ROW 3 — L. McCarthy, M. Coyne, L. Jackman, A Sladen, G. Seavey. ROW 3 — L. Chapman, K. Neelon, C. McNeil, L. Reynolds. O'Rourke, B Benson. 71 ROW 1 — R. DiTullio, C. Goodwin, A. Davis, M. Burke, J. Kennedy, R Durant, P. Chapman, D. Emilson. ROW 2 —J. Carroll, B. Curelli, A Glasfeld, C. Carey, T. Higgins, M. Franke.J. Howley, J. DiNardo, R. Baird. ROW 3 — D. Soucher.J. Foell, J. Hines, S. Vivian, T. Marr, C. Dillon, L. Campion, B. Hoopes, S. Greenman, B. Conlan. CLACQ ROW 1 — B. Barrow, M. Collins, K. Ainslie, L. Carroll, G. Cahill, L. Crough, S. Degnan. ROW 2 — J. Douglas, E. Donnolly, P. Cook, P. Curley, D. Chambers, A Dickson, K. Diab, C Clarke. ROW 3 — J. Barrow, B. BuckJey, E. Brinker, B. Donahue, L. DiTullio. ROW 4 — J Carbone, S. Janscics, B. Ditmar. ROW 1 — C Kelly, S Poitcngcr. A Ross, S. Stover, J. Millard, K O'Connor, B. Gwynn, L. Trettis. ROW 2— J. Riley, S. Sisson, C. MacKemic. M. Patrolia, N Towle, B Wagner.J. Barnes, P. Sestito, I.. McNabb. ROW 3 — P Rattenbury, T Pipenbrink, M. Meallo, R.Jason, A. Trask, R. Tebbetts. ROW 1 — G Ycagcr, K. Silvia, P. Rice, K. Stanford, S. Savage, D. Spinzola, E. Westerhoff, R. Sargent, T. Smith, D. Reardon. ROW 2 — S. Sladen, M. White, M Young, D. Scott, B. Taylor, J. Vanderlugt, M. Walsh, M. Townley, M. Salerno, E. Whelan, S. Tedeschi, C. Smith, D. Saleski. 1979 ROW 1 — J. Polito, S. Muir, J. McCullough, K. Luff, S. Quilty, B. O'Brien, S. Laugelle ROW 2 — P. Mangan, G Lytle, A Paris, D. Prentagast, B. O'Neil, K. Ross, P. Farren, M. Palameri. ROW 3 — B. McGugan, G. Ripley, F. Malone, T. Marr, B. Roy. V ROW 1 — J. Hannon, M Grossman, T Infusino, C Glodgett, E. Figueredo, D Harris, J. Durkin, R Florescu. B Duncan, D Hanlon, M Lafrotteria ROW 2 — R Holmes, P Laugelle, L LaBreque, K Kent, J. Han, B Hart, C. Latson, R. Infusino. D. Gunville, R. Hobson. 73 ROW 1 — B McClay. E Bowser. S. Abbruzzese. J. Maynard. ROW 2 — J McCarthy. L OToole. K. Pal mari, L. O 'Toole, T. O'Brien, S MacKinnon. ROW 3 — M. Mitchell, S. Murphy, J. O'Brien, L. Norrib, J McNeil, T. O'Connell. ROW 4 - D McCarthy. D Page, S. Muir, M. MacDonald. T. McMann. ROW 5 — M. Brown. T. Turner, S. Catchabone, D Block, P Tye, C. Devereux. ROW 1 — J. Schramm, C. Stover, K. Scully, A. Winchester, R. White, J. Ayers, B. Stover, L. Carroll, Y. Zotos, A. Parziale, S. Penningtn, J. Harris. ROW 2 — L. O'Connor, M. Thorton, B. Healey, M. Goff, B. Sinopoli, E. McCarthy, T. Young, N. Laue, J. Sandblom, M. Patrolia, B. Duffey, C. Williams. 74 ROW 1 — T. Head, C. Salvador, B. Gunville, R. Froio, J. England, P. Drago, B. Perry. ROW 2 — J. Frates, N. Spinzola, S. Durant, L. Haynes, C Hanlon, M. Fasciano. ROW 3 — K. Golden, S. Frankel, V. Fox, K. Hanlon. ROW 4 — E. Hanlon, A. Gurnis, J. Hubbard, M. Howley. ROW 5 — K. Kamerschen. 9S0 ROW 1 — C. Delaney, H. Chase, C. Cahill, G. Caruso, K. Crough.J Branagan, R Brown ROW 2 — S. Atkinson, D. Bell, D. Doggett, A. Arwood, L. Cossart, D. Pratt. ROW 1 — S. Wong, I Chiu, L. Emmons, C. Carroll, L. Curley, S. Brooks, R. Barrows, M. Farwell, S. Anderson. ROW 2 — D. Jancios, T. Freida, R. Beale, S. Benbow, P. Drago, E. Bear, D. Currelli, J. Bellefontaine, A. Cifrino, D. Dolan, K. Day. S. Daniels. ROW 3 — H. Briggs, J. Ayer, E. Figueredo, N. Gjesteby, D. Dillon, D. DiNardo, M. Fink, M. Frugoli. ROW 1 — K. Renyolds, L. Whitlow, G. Thayer, J. Smith, A. Roebuck, S. White. ROW 2 — R. Young, B. Taylor, F. Wood, J. Place, L. Wright. ROW 3 — J. Vita, C. Stockbridge, R. Sargent. ROW 4 — K. Wagner, R. Townsend, K. PolitoJ. Rosano. 81 Apponc<]u E:i sties Norwell Wcsti Holh i Ah Hanov Hull Middlebo ro 14 Cohasset Pieskmon/ Football 6-2- 1 Eastics Hull jAHjj; Holbrook Norwell Duxbury Hanover Middleboro Abingtoft( forfeit ) 15 Ugh am arshfield Abingpn Hanover JDuxhurv Randolph Bridge- Raynam Norwell So. Sh. VoTech Plymouth Scituate Middleboro Abington Hanover Duxbury Norwell So. Sh VoTech MiddleboM Cohasse Cohasset Cohasset Cohasset Cohasset Cohasset Cohasset Cohaset Cohasset Cohas, Coha Coh^ Corfasset lohasset tthasset Coliasset sset Cohalset v Vait&ihj Soccer 5- 1 1 -: V 1 3-4 Abington Easties Hull Holbrook Norwell Duxbury Middleboro Abington Easties Hanover Hull Holbrook I Norwell lxbur Q ROW 1 — D Shannon, C. D'Onof rio, T. Cowan, A. Buckley, B. Harris, G. Baccari, D Pottenger. ROW 2 — M. Delaney, G Zappolo, G Ricketts. G Harrison. J Farren, M. Hart, K. Coggin. ROW 3 — Coach Fortin, J. Walls, P Graham, M.Johnson, A. Haskell, M. Buckley, M Carroll, D. Munroe, V. Vanderlugt. Want to dance? What is it? J V. Tea**/ What am I doing here 5 Hey! Wait up! ROW I — F. Studlcy, C. Collins. B Marsdcn.J. Damely. R Johnson, B. Livingstone. ROW 2 — Ouch Fortin. L. Martin, J. Whelan, K. Drake, W. Marsh. J. Buckley, J. Bursk. I \( r/ 1 ; IB H 1 1 .Jf?™<- We'll get him' Soccer '74 90 Om CouM*iy '74 ROW 1 — S. Mack, J. Cooper, P Doggett, D Reynolds, D. Pratt, J. Patroiia ROW 2 - Coach O'Neil, M Farwell, M. Trask, T. Tewks bury, T. Smith, J Keane, J. Howley, B. Keane, M. Buckley. Chin UP' Mean IV.in 91 Coach Babain Right Wing — Andy Fox, Nancy Goff Right Inner — Ellen Block Center — Margaret Hall Left Inner — Liz Bailey Left Wing — Lynn Souther Right Half — Alison Haskell, Cindy Hoy Center Half — Ann Donovan Left Half — Louisa Holt Right Full — Beth Marsden, Hel Harrington Left Full — Trisha Bowen, Carrie Holt Goalie — Debbie Streeter Coach Kealey ROW 1 — A Bellefontanc, M. Sarian, J. Basmajian, K Gurelli, C Stover, P. Fox, L Jackman, A. Cotter, M Dooley, P. Gunvi Sladcn, A O'Rourke, L McAdams, L. McCarthy, K. Daniels, B. O'Brien, A. WhelanJ Dean, M.Joyce. D. Whitlow. Ic ROW 2 — K Linsley, M ROW 1 — J. Bowen, M. Libby, D. Vivian, B. Sullivan, R. Kurtz, M. Walls, G Lagrotarria, C. Brassard, B. Silvia, B.Jones, P Flynn, J. Curley. ROW 2 — Coach Henderson, J. Harris, K. Fahey, C. Hurtig, A. Snowdale, H. Taylor, D. Bell, D. McNulty. M. Howley, M. Flint, D. Blakeman, B. Cifrino, M. Stjohn, R. Nardo, Coach MacDermott. ROW 3 — S. Vivian, J. Catrom- bone, K Buckley, B. Blakeman, B. Mulhearn, M. Davis, B. Reynolds, B. Sweeny, B. Coleman, D. Silvia, W. Halloran, L. Drago, N. O'Brien. at Mark Flint "Best Back" Brian Sullivan 'MV P. Thanksgiving Day Dave Vivian 'Unsung Hero" i — J. Barret, D. Schleicher, J. Hoy. P. Hellar, P. Quilty. J. Durkin, J Porter, M. Caruso, E. Price, T. Heman ROW 2 — Coach Dunn, P Carmody, T. Dooley, S Keating, I. lick. C. Abbruzzese, J. Roy, C. Stover, D. Gunville, C Cowan. L Ahearn, R. Morse, B. Goyettc ROW 3 — S Coughlin, L. Salerno, B Harrington, T. Ballerino. P D'Onof rio, N. , S Fone, M Londergan. H. Carroll. D Sandblom. Coach Walsh. 95 Claude Brassard Dave McNalry Mike Walls 96 ROW 1 — L. Taylor, M. Foster, A. Stanford, M. Hunrwork, M. Fink, B. Fielding, D. Syrmopolous, T. Chiasson, C. Salva- dor, Ms. Perrault. Barbara Fielding Ann Stanford Melissa Huntwork Diana Syrmopolous Go Missy! How's this Miss Perrault? Come on Big Team! 98 "These kicks arc getting to me" 99 100 Asa Kristina Edfors I'm 19 years old and live in Karlstad, a town near the Norweigan border, in the western part of Sweden. I came here August 29, and I'm going home in the end of June. I'm glad I came to Cohasset by the ocean, because the town isn't too big, and it's easy to make friends. I'm staying with a very nice family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Myers Jr. on 22 Atlantic Ave., so I have just a short walk downtown and to the beach. As a whole, I think I've learned and will learn a lot in these few months, not only to speak English, but also a lot about how Americans or New Englanders live. I'm glad to be here and I hope I'll come back some day. ASA My host family The Myers My family in Sweden Daniel Westberg In Sweden, I lived in a rather small town called Mora, which is situated between two lakes in the middle of the country. I'm interested in most sports, especially skiing, water skiing and soccer. I like Cohasset very much. It's a nice little town where you can make a lot of good friends. The sea and views I find very fascinating. My host family, the Fords, is a very nice family and they take very good care of me. Cohasset High School is a nice little school where I find the teachers very helpful and the subjects I've taken very interesting. My English has improved greatly since I arrived and I hope I can keep it when I go back to Sweden. One day I hope I can come back and visit Cohasset. DAN My host family the Fords One of my classes 102 Student COUNCIL OFFICERS: President: Richard Madigan V. President: Teri Infusino Secretary: Michele Abbruzzese Treasurer: Ed Bates SR. — B.Jackson, L. Holt, L. Murray, L. Humphreys, S. Watrous, S. Buckley. JR. — A. Donovan, J. Sturdy, A. Watson, N Collins. SOPH. — N. Barlow, P. Gunv>lle, S. McNulty, K. Carelli, W. Atwood, L. Montouri, K. Smith. FRESH. — L. Harris, S. Dillon, J. Flanagan, J. Hoy, K. Anderson. BLACKAMER1CAN SOCIETY Student COM/UfTTEE N. Colins, N. Abbruzzese, L. Murray, S. Watrous, B. Jackson. TOP TO BOTTOM — L Wilmouth, P. Jones, D. Christie, W. Carruthers, Mrs. Burns, D. Gleaves, C. Latson, P. Wat- kins, M Miller. 104 ADVISOR: Mr. Sheehan, D. Ncelon. D. Pottcngcr. J. Donnelly, L. Montouri, L. Branagan, S. Kravette, J. Walsh. L Glynn. Mr Graebner, I. Gjesteby. ADVISOR: Mrs DiGreggano ROW 1 — S Lyons. M Laugelli, R McCarthy, H Sclachter, A Oncer ROW 2 — M Sullivan. R Pape. I. Badger, T. Chiasson. C. Donahue 105 ALTERNATIVE SCROOL K. McCloskey. J. Nash, E. Arwood, J. Baird. M. Barlow. B. Catler. P. Ciccarelli. K. Dillon, S. Green. A. Hassan, J. Hood, G. Koed, T. O'Brien. D. Whitney, J. Clark. D. Keefe. R. Kraverte. J. Mailers. R. Plank, D. Reynolds. E. Watkins, C. Allen. A. Austin, D. Baden, M. Brownell, K. Cron- inger. P. Grimes. M. Howe. D. Salvador, L. Wilmore. ROW ONE — M. Lahage. L. Carroll, N. Roberts, L. Montuon. ROW 2 — L. Holt, M. O'Leary, T. Chaisson, K. Kamerschen. R. Walsh. B. Knight. C Green. M. Green. ROW 3 — D. Neelon. D. Streeter. K. Smith. D. Pottenger. M. Seastrom. B. Smith. J. Sturdy. ROW 1 — M Buckley, L. Taylor, B Bell, K. Cronenger.J. Millard, Ms. Berman, B.Jackson, H. Tayer. D. Beal, K. Coringer. ROW 2 — D. Syrmopolis, P Durant, B.Jackson. C. DDonofrio, D. Lord, P. Cowan, M. McKinnon. ROW 3 — A Stanford. J Amos, O Hurtig. A Buckley. A. Orroll. L. Churchill, R. Gofe. ROW l — J Faracll, M Ditmar, D.Jones, D Bell. M. Fichtner, T. Woods. I McCormick, M. Wcstcrhoff. ROW 2 — T. McNabb.J. Vandcrlugt. M Coe, S. Smith. K. Daniels. S. O'Brien. S Atkinson. M. Lahagc. S. Sisson. L. Millard, M Dumm ROW 5 — G Asjian. L Laugelli, C. Smith. A O'Rourke. J. Shcx>shan, A. Watson. J Shannon. L. Fichtner. A. Tye. C. Brennock.J Buckley, S Stanford ROW I — M. Zotos, M. Buckley, D. Clark, S. Ketcham, S. Kravette, M. Laugelli, D. Doggett. L. Monruori. ROW "S — T Tewksbury, P. Madigan, S. Durant. R. White, J. Catler. L. Branagan. C. Hurtig, R. Kravette, M. Kravette ROW 6 — K Winn. J. Smith, M. Lahage, S. Blossom. K. Page, L. Carroll. ROW i — S. Dillon. S. Daniels, H. Towle, and of course, Mr. Janks FLAG CORPS. MAJORETTES tis, J. Carroll, G. Ripley, E. Figueiredo, M. Fahey, S. Buckley, M. Patrolia, K. Day, M. Frugoli, P. Tye, M. Fink, J. Vanderlugt, S. Sisson, D. O'Niel, K. Stanford, C. Conway, A. Mullin, H. Carroll, C. Williams, R. Healey, J. Mil- L - Gunville, M. Fink, B. Ditmar, K. Currilli, S. Donahue, L. lard L McNabb McCarthy, S. Quilty, H. Haynes, D. McCarthy, R. Keane, F. Savage, W. Fell, M. Perr. K. Ainslie, M. Burke, L. Carroll, D. Chambers, L. Crough, A. Davis, K. Diab, L. Ditullio, P. Douglas, C. Hanlon, E Hanlon, M. Howley, S. MacKinnon, D. McCarthy, J. McCathy, J. McCullough, L. McNabb, J. Millard, S. Muir, D. O'Connell, M. Palmeri, M. Patrolia, T. Piepenbrink, K. Bolito, T. Smith, J. Vanderlugt, S. White, S. Whitlow, L Wright, K. Golden, D. Yeager, R. Goff, A. Gurnis, M. Wagner, M. Miller, A. Ross, H. Chase, R. Sargent, C. Kamcrschen, M Uagroiteria, L. O'Toole, R. Douglas, K. Palmieri. Louisa Holt 08 Boys Vanity Bosfe«*ix*2-l4 Gwt/s Va/ioJty BosbtfbM 4- 1 2 Abington 62 Cohasset J J Abington 44 Cohasset Eastics 69 Cohasset 58 32 Easties Hull 75 Cohasset 4 / Hull nun 43 Cohasset Holbrook 66 Cohasset A") 4z 33 Cohasset Cohasset 60 Norwell »(}U. 1 . S; 30 Norwell Duxbury Cohasset 40 Cohasset 27 Duxbury Hanover -7/- 76 Cohasset 1 HUIUT V.1 67 Cohasset Middleboro 64 Cohasset 52 Middleboro 45 Cohasset Abington 64 Cohasset 39 Abington XA y* Eastics 69 Cohasset 49 Cohasset 54 Easties Hull 87 Cohasset 43 Hull 45 Cohasset Holbrook 52 Cohasset 48 Holbrook 63 Cohasset Norwell 68 Cohasset 53 Norwell 46 Cohasset 53 Duxbury 50 (O.T.) Duxbury 41 Colussct Hanover 74 Cohasset 62 Hanover 68 Cohasset Middleboro 74 Cohasset 60 Middleboro Cohasset J V. Boy's 4-13 Pu&lmaw Boy's 8- J V. G^'s 5- 1 1 Pieskhtow/Gt^/'S 7-2 21 20 26 32 26 21 20 36 37 34 20 33 42 Boy's VcwSDfcy fc&f-focfefiy 5-9 Hanover 6 Cohasset 3 Abington 5 Cohasset 1 Cohasset 5 Duxbury 2 Hull Cohasset 4 Cohasset 7 Easties 1 Cohasset 7 Middleboro 1 Holbrook 6 Cohasset >•■' 4 Hanover 6 Cohasset 3 Abington 6 Cohasset 2 Duxbury 4 Cohasset 3 Hull 11 Cohasset 4 Cohasset 7 Easties 1 Cohasset 9 Middleboro 5 Holbrook 6 Cohasset 4 JV. Wocfay 3-12 in N. Goff, B. Marsden, J. Roberts, A. Edfors, A. Donovan, E. Block, I. Gjesteby, M. Hall, D. Strecter, L Murray, Coach Kealey, A. Haskell, L. Holt. Lil Murray 117 J uiuo^ Vanity BocjS KNEELING: J. Donnelly, L. Townley, B. McMahon, L. Brannagan, M Buckley, G Hurlbert, B. Marsden. STANDING: J. T. Price, R. Rice, N. Collins, P. Brannigan, B. Drake, M Carroll, J. Walls, Coach Deakin. Coach Deakin — Boy's JV Coach Chatterton — Girl's JV KNEELING — D. Seavey, L. Dickson, K. Wilksonson, M. Coe, A. Wiielan, M. Dooley, K. Currelli, J. Basmajian, K. Kamerasham, T. Kelleher. STANDING — J Baird, D. Seavy, D. Goycttc, P. Gunville, K O'Connor, S. McNulty, Coach Chatterton, W. Norris, R. McCarthy, L. McCarthy, A. Cotter, J. Besse, A. Carroll, Coach K. Brennock. 118 BACK ROW — P. Madigan, E. Carroll, B.James, C. Collins, C. Salerno, T. Farren, M. Millier, R. Topper, C. Smith. FRONT ROW — E. T. Price, M. Caruso, D. Schleicher, D. Ross, P. Hellier, G. Harris, H. Marsh. J. Dean, L. McCarthy, M. D'Nardo, L. Caire, M. Leach, C. McNeil, S. Atkinson. FRONT ROW — C. Cone, D. Sladen, L. MacAdams, T. Fernald, M. Kurtz, P. O'Roukc, N. Devine. BACK ROW — B Beale, B. Barrows, E. Donnelly, J Howley, G. Lytle, P. Farren, B. Buckley, K. Ross, B. Roy, J. McCarthy, K. Silvia. FRONT ROW — P. Salerno, Mr. Cisneros, T. Higgins. 119 <a IP* 2. Coach Walsh, D. Pratt, A. Keating, C. Stover, M. St. John, P. Farren, P. Flynn, P. Quilty, I. McCormick, B. Durkin, L. Blair, R. Jason, Coach MacDermott, B. White, P. Graham R Patrolia, M. Najjar, T. Cowan, M. Delaney, J. Bowen, L. Drago. Tom Cowan Monte Najjar Coach MacDermott Matthew Delaney Bunky Flynn J Pcrwcello, D. Hoffman, C. Cowan, M. Londergan, W. Marsh, R. Ballenno, S. Sandblom, C. Abbruzze, J. Barret, P. Carmody. FRONT ROW — K. Goyette, M. Polito, S. Standford, R. White, R. D'Ondfrio, S. Keating, S. Fone, P. Farwell. 120 M Settino, M. Sullivan, M McAdams, S. Dunn, E. Taylor, J. Hannon 123 Sue Fox Dyanne Bunky Lisa B. Sarah W. DEAN AND HAMILTON REAL ESTATE ii II II Ml t -7 f * El COHASSET MOTORS, INC. SALES SERVICE Ford Shop the Big Lot — A- 1 Used Cars Route 3A 400 Chief Justice Cushing Highway — Cohasset 383-0450 T^boodlc 64 S. Main St. Cohasset, Mass. VILLAGE FABRICS Cushing Plaza Cohasset 383-1841 126 Matt Chery L. Monty Sue Linsley Best Wishes to the Class of 1975 Your Professional Pharmacy COHASSET COLONIAL PHARMACY South Main Street Cohasset 127 Kathy H. Kathy Cotter Tracy Chris Q. MONA FRIEL Hair Stylist Five Stage Coach Way Cohasset, Mass. 383-1490 EDWARD M. FLEMING Hardware and Gifts 24 Elm Street Cohasset Coiffures of Distinction ANTHONY PAUL Route 3A Cohasset 383-9088 "Next to Ground Round Restaurant" Light Weight Food for Hungry Outdoorsmen STOWAWAY PRODUCTS CO. Freeze Dried and Dehydrated Food Specialties Over 100 Items 1 66 Cushing Hwy., Cohasset 383-9340 mmmmmmammmm $ea urchin 1 books gifts cards Cohasset Village 383-6928 um.A A A n a lui n a Anne Al Joan Dawn What has Sheraton done for you lately? Sheraton is opening lots of exciting new hotels and motor inns all over the world. Sheraton has some great new travel ideas, too — like new saunas, new recreation facilities, new three-day holiday weekend packages, exciting new bars and lounges and fabulous new restaurants. Right now there are more than 350 Sheraton Hotels and Motor Inns around the world. For a reservation at any one just call: 800-325 3535 Or have your travel agent call for vou. Sheraton Hotels & Motor Inns A WORLDWIDE SERVICE OF ITT Best Wishes Cohasset 383-9550 Eleanor Collins Realtors L. Gerald McAdams Claudelle Duncan Joan Hemment Ellen Hentel TRUST COMPANY 16 Convenient Offices: Rockland • Rockland Plaza* Bridgewater, Cohasset • Duxbury • Halifax • Hanover • Hanover Mall Hanson • Hingham • Hull • Marshfield • Norwell Pembroke • Plymouth • Scituate POSEIDON'S Cohasset Center Monday — Saturday 130 Good Luck to the Class of '74 CLASSICS COHASSET WINTER GARDEN, INC. Route 3A Cohasset 35 South Main Street Cohasset Diamonds Towle Sterling Movado, Bulova Accutron Watches Cushing Plaza, Cohasset 383 1755 Susan D. Marilyn Charlie D'O. Jane A. Brian S. Here You May Choose From a Complete Select of the World's Finest Jewelry and Silverwa . . . that gracious confidence in any circle of friends Cohasset eschi's Shopping Center 383-1933 The morning after? 40 Border Street Compliments of FIELDBROOK BOAT SALES Chrysler Plymouth International Harvester Atco Travel Trailers ERIC G. PEARSON President Highway Motor Sales Route 3A Cohasset, Mass. 02025 Phone (6 1 7) 383-6700 Maytag — Amana — Kitchen Aid — Tappan — Philco SMITH APPLIANCE CORP. 405 Route 3A Cohasset, Mass. 02025 383-0576 COHASSET VILLAGE REALTY, Inc. A "House-Sold" Word 5 South Main Street Cohasset, Mass. 02025 383-9496 MITCHELL'S Repair Shop Cohasset, Mass. Route 3 A 383-0497 in PETERSEN realtors .. .» III rrnrr »i Oldest Established PEl l K jlN Real Esta,e 0,fice on the insurance agency Sou,hShore Three Generations of Family Service Since 1 898 26 Sou,n Main Street Cohasset, Mass. 02025 383-1900 Best Wishes to the Senior Class From COHASSET NEWS CO. NOBLE'S CAMERA SHOPS Cohasset Hingham Wollaston MONTILIO'S PASTRY SHOP Cushing Plaza, Cohasset 133 Best Wishes to the Class of 1975 GEORGE MEALEY POST AMERICAN LEGION Established 1 899 Telephone 383-03 1 6 IRVING C. BLOSSOM & SON Painter and Paperhanger I 39 Border Street Cohasset SNOR Established 1973 383-0766 Best of Luck to The Class of '74 MINOT REALTY, INC. Route 3 A Cohasset 383-6030 134 Compliments of CAESAR'S SHOE SERVICE Cushing Plaza Cohasset, Mass. Gifts Clothing COHASSET VILLAGE WELCOME TO % + WORLD *«L^ FAMOUS on COHASSET HARBOR 383-1700 % 135 Best Wishes to the Class of 1 975 COHASSET SAVINGS BANK I 3 Elm Street Cohasset, Massachusetts A & G Boat Company, Inc. 1 B TUPELO ROAD COHASSET, MASSACHUSETTS EVERGREEN 3-1246 Clifford Dickson, pres. VILLAGE FABRICS Cushing Plaza Cohasset 383-1841 JOSEPH S. LAUGELLE 1 5 King St. Cohasset, MA General Contractor and Rubbish Removal 136 Best Wishes to the Class of 1974 PILGRIM CO-OPERATIVE BANK 48 South Main St., Cohasset 383-0541 383 0516 Savings Accounts Best Wishes to the Class of '75 Good Luck From THE COHASSET COMMUNITY CENTER 383-0088 Best Wishes From Home Room # 1 5 LOG & LINE 107 Ripley Road Sub Sandwiches Serving Breakfast and Lunch Sandwiches Party Platters Best Wishes Class of '75 383-9685 Beer Good Luck and Best Wishes! To the Class of '75 From the Class of '87 HILLSIDE NURSERY SCHOOL Director: Eleanor Lyons 383-1323 ^kateei, Mate. 02025 383-4498 22 ®efict M. 'arJuty, Mate. 02332 934-6040 LIDO TRAVEL, INC. Donald M. Flocke President Brigantine East Route 3A, Cohasset, Ma. 383-1980 Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 9:30 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Wednesday 9:30 A.M.- 1 2:00 Evenings by Appointment 383-9640 EXPERT CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTTING Pat's Hair Styling for Men Hair Straightening Cohasset, Mass. Regular Hair Cutting Razor Cutting I I I Ripley Rd. 138 "Clothing for the Entire Family" Patrons Mr and Mrs. A. J. Antoine Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Haskell Mr and Mrs. John M. Durkin Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kurtz Mr and Mrs. Donald K. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Summer Snith, Jr. Mr and Mrs. Frank A. Libby Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. D'Onofrio Mr and Mrs. Maurice E. Hart Mr. Fred Sullivan Mr and Mrs. Peter L. Flynn Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Murray Mr and Mrs. John B. Amos Mr. and Mrs. John B. Bowen Mr . and Mrs. Fredrick M. Shannon Mr. and Mrs. Carmelo Conte Mr . and Mrs. John F. Buckley Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Ritter Mr . and Mrs. Laurence F. Lincoln Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Prescott Mr . and Mrs. Donald F. Steele Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Cowan Jr. Mr . and Mrs. Joseph A. Humphreys Mr. and Mrs. Arne K. Gjesteby Mr . and Mrs. Edwin E. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Bates Mr . and Mrs. Anthony Ingemi Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Coughlin Mr . Julies L. Gould Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Buckley Sr. Mr . and Mrs. F. William Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Micheal J. Howley Mr . and Mrs. Ernest J. Sullivan Mrs. Norman J. Delaney Mr . and Mrs. Quentin F. Laue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Cotter Mr . and Mrs. William H. Marsden Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Laugelli Mr . and Mrs. Loius L. Longo Mr. and Mrs. L. Emmett Holt III Mr . and Mrs. D. S. Syrmopoulos Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Wall Mr . and Mrs. John R. Connors Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Healy Mr . and Mrs. Gordon E. Flint Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wilmore Mr . and Mrs. Joseph A. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. John A. Geary Mr . and Mrs. Hubert Vanderlugt Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. Knight Li. Mr . and Mrs. rhihp IN. bowditch Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Jackson Mr . and Mrs. David H. Pottenger Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Catler Mr . and Mrs. Donald Lord Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stanford Mr . and Mrs. Fredrick Huntwork Mr. and Mrs. John Tragers Ms . Janet Kraft Mr and Mrs. Robert Cowan, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Carl Granger MEDICAL SPONSORS John M. Cahill, M.D. Stephen J. O'Connor, M.D. Edward A. McCarthy, M.D. Willam S. Matteson, D.M.D. Robert J. Riley, D.M.D. Richard D. Monsees, M.D. Edward H. Seadale, D.D.S. George W. Rever, M.D. Robert T. Sceery, M.D. Willam D. Madison, M.D. Henry F. Norris, M.D. LEGAL AND PROFESSIONAL SPONSORS John Linsley David E. Place James R. DeGiacomo Walter S. Railsback John F. Elliott John P. Graylcen Rodger B. Coulter Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Humphreys 141 -CLASS Debra E. Baden leaves knowledge and unity to all the black CHS students. Brian Sullivan leaves Abington different than when he got there. Bud Bell leaves the crown to Ringer. Beth Lincoln leaves the last little Lincoln in the Class of 1992. Anne Stanford leaves Joey, Sean, Kathy, Tom, Florence, Tara, Lian, Paul. Bob Jones leaves Peter F. best wishes on his second attempt on getting the old sheepskin. Carol T. Chisolm leaves Mr. Henderson a manual on how to teach a class. Paul Trayers leaves with a sigh of relief. Greg St. John leaves the earth. Mat Delaney leaves Done partied out. Steve Hurlbut leaves Sam one free hot lunch to go. Dyanne Syrmopoulos leaves a unique E-period math class. Carter Smith leaves the Science Dept. insanely babbling. Chris Quilty's leaves are green. Ed Bates leaves Bob "Cougar" Killion behind to all the young dudes. Patricia Bowen leaves Mr. Collins an appointment book. Michele Abbruzzese leaves Lil and Lil two comp tickets to her first opening. Luann Laugelli leaves her red sneakers to anyone who can find them. Bob Harris leaves Mr. MacDonald a box of crayons and a recycled coloring book. Tracy Campion leaves Will Marsh and Nicky Roberts all her love. Claude Brassard leaves his window open and his Hersey Jacket to CHS. Kathy Cotter leaves Ann the keys to the car. Robin Pape leaves Miss Schaeffer a notebook. Al Buckley leaves before twenty other Buckleys. John McGinnis leaves. Peggy Cowen leaves a grub for Jay. Sarah Lisley leaves with a peanut butter and turkey sandwich. Jane Antoine leaves Tracy her very own custom made gym suit. Joyce McDonald leaves at last. Winston Burgess leaves the teachers a little wiser than before. Michael Hart leaves Mr. Dunn a word problem. Chris Curelli leaves with a standing ovation. Lynn Ingemi leaves a little more confused than when she came in. Richard Kurtz leaves with two to go. Bob Silvia leaves Mr. Henderson a winning football team. Helen Harrington leaves a bottle of Murine to Ben. Kathy Healy leaves a mouth of steel. Barbara Fielding leaves happily. Maureen Sullivan leaves gladly. Gordy leaves Mrs. Lahage a broken arm and leg. 142 Teri Inf usino leaves Richard to find another ride home. Asa Edfors leaves a Swedish Dictionary. Dave Vivian leaves Bubbles Hef ., Ref ., and Bud. Monty Najjar leaves memories of CHS — 'cause he doesn't want them. Alf Carroll leaves Miss Schaeffer a "One-Nighter" Alison Haskell leaves Mud. W. a field of grass. Lil Humphreys leaves Michele and Lil a free bus ride to the North End. Lil Murray leaves Lil four more years of togetherness. (At least!) Susan Fox leaves with her everlasting atmosphere. Brad Jackson leaves Mr. Davis alone to play with his Math Department. Sarah Watrous leaves Mr. Nark with a new vocabulary. Ingrid Gjesteby leaves without really even knowing why she was there. Joan Prescott leaves the ERC . . . locked. Mike Walls leaves an illustrious football career behind. Joe Cooper leaves lunch to Mike Winn. Elsa Vanderlugt leaves Esther the lunchroom. Gary Twaddle leaves a glass door for Carter to walk through. Melissa Huntwork leaves CHS behind . . . gladly! Debbie Geary leaves for the Maine woods. John Conte leaves Lag a double date with Hondo and Philburt. Jim Longo leaves Jane in the B. Room all by herself. Charlie Grinnell leaves five years too late. Charlie D'Onofrio leaves Chris Quilty with a deranged sense of humor. Chris Gould leaves Mr. Mika a rattle and a pacifier. Sara Blossom leaves as quickly as possible and not lookin back. Scott Daniels leaves a snowball for all the rowdies. Louisa Holt leaves the yearbook and the shingles to anyone who wants them. Susan Day leaves Charlie a walking stick. Dave McNulty leaves Caesar Pax. Liz Buckley leaves all her days and nights at Beechwood ball park to whoever wants them. Annette Austin leaves C.H.S. all the answers to our problems and the solutions. Donna Coughlin leaves an elastic and two big curlers to all girls with naturally curly hair. Jim Hoy leaves Mr. Henderson a dozen Jelley-rolls. Audrey Knight leaves for a job at the Bronx Zoo. Amanda Ktavette leaves Randy and Sandy in the band room. Greg Connors leaves with an aversion of red brick. Patti Durkin leaves the school seven more Durkins. Bunlcy Julie Melissa Good Luck to the Class of '75 TARGET INDUSTRIES 1 5 Ripley Road Cohasset, Mass. Best Wishes LEO'S EXXON Route 3A Cohasset Compliments of ELENA SESTITO FLORIST 23 South Main Street 383-1966 Cohasset Village CUSHINS PLAZA DRUG STORE Cushing Plaza 383-1001 Route 3A Cohasset Mass. We, the class of 1975, dedicate this yearbook supple- ment to the memory of the late Arther T. Mahoney, director of our class play and beloved friend to us all. "Lovelier Than Ever" Cohasset High >o 1 Presents: "WHERE'S CHARLEY? Direct o\ Hal Jenks Charles Christop W^om Gregory .LilU iKim (_roninger Greg'Lagrotteria Amfa&petttgue Kimberly CroningeqM*" Wilkinson Michael Walls Sim^rancis C "Kitty" Q 4-4-2 j j * ' ■ SjijK 1 ^^!?^ Buckle)Pl s a ^ elli Jim Longo "Spettigue" Dancers TIME: 1892 VARQlY BOYS TRACfO 1st ROW: L. Harris; Mgr. B.Jackson, K. Goggin, G. Connors, C. Brassard, Tri-Captains, B. Harris, A. Buckley, M. Howley, G. Baccari, J. Cooper, M. Najar, D. Westberg, M. Han. 2nd ROW: W. Haleran, S. O'Brien, J. Cooper, H. Munroe, D. Reynolds, M. Patrolia, B. Single- ton, G. St. John, P. Dogget, C. Stover, L. Branagan, D. Munroe, C. Hurtig, D. James, H. Taylor. 3rd ROW: Coach Charlie Savis, B. Yeager, P. Rice, R. Harrington, B. Beales, G. Thayer, J. Weylean, J. Place, P. Smith, B. Coughlin, P. Branagan, P. D'Omofrio, C. Collins, B. Gilmore, J. Stanford, D. Bell, Coach O'Neel. Gohasset 103 5 Holbrook 36.5 Cohasset 85 Abington 55 Cohasset 58 E. Bridgewater 28 Cohasset 98 Duxbury 42 Cohasset 62 Hanover 77 Cohasset 97 Norwell 43 Cohasset 82 Middleboro 58 Cohasset 74 Hull 66 South Shore Finals Cohasset 53 Hanover 45 Middleboro 33 "UP, UP, and away" Donald Tom 1 ROW 1: J. PurdyJ. Longo, M. Walls, E. Bates, R. Kurtz, D. Branton, D. Vivin, L. Tow- ley. ROW 2: L. Drago, J. Donnelly, P. Farren, T. Salerno, Coach Chatteren, F. Jones, B. Drake, R. Smith, W. Marsh, J. Catrabone. -71 "Joe Cool" Coach Chatterton "What Happened" Richard "What do I do" M W m John "I Got It- Dave V. 'Right to the Pitcher" Will "Just try and Hit that one" OUT! mi !ZZ?£ cSznioz Clan coxcLiaLlu Lnvits,*. uou to aitznd laauation cZx&%cCs.£.± ^Sunday artzztioon, J ls::s| f\*#fli ti huncLzscL and ■■■MP I I p f I p at tnxzz o clock, Common ^ 1 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION Geary, Deborah 4orris. Valerie ■ i BAUSCH & LOMB SCIENCE AWARD Deborah Geary "HOT SULLIVAN AW A Michele Abbruzzese Albert Buckley JAMES 3ert nucKiey 7 in IS NICHOLS SCH Theresa Infusino OLARSHIP JANICE HEALY MEMORIAL NURS^ffj Lisa Badggy Mary Laugelli COHASSET GRIDIRON CLUB Barbara Fielding and Michael Walls COHASSET TEACHERS' ASSOC! SCHOLARSHIP Barbara Fielding Brian Singleton COHASSET WOMEN'S owl^t-Kct Awar adgcY — It ^^BoNMutdflflBA^ Christopher Qi MAJOR WILLIAM ARTHUR SCHOLARSHIP Lisa Badger Helen Harrington METCO SCHOLARSHIP Brian Singleton nnette Austin ebra Baden nard Wilmoth Clive Wilmott ARY CLUB OF COHASSET D^E- GOOD CITIZEN AWARD Abbruzzese SATLFT VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Robert Harris Lisa Badger icia Bowen onte Matthew Delaney rbara Field inj heresa Intu; isino Bradford Jac Luann Laugell; Brian Single to Bria^uii^ ah Watro itrous COHASSET VETE Robert Harris and John Conte Lisa Badger Also Medals #1 — T. Infusino #2 — S. Watrous TAUNO RIVERS AWARD Barbara Fielding Abbruzzese, Michele — Fla. State University Ainslie, Dana — Work Allen, Charles — Hebron Academy Amos, Janet — High Point College, N.C. Anderson, Karen — Work Antoine, Jane — Work Aulick, Byron Austin, Annette — Mount Ida Junior College Baccari, Gregory — Mass. Maritime Academy Baden, Debra Badger, Lisa — Boston College Barry, James — Work Bates, Edward — University of New Hampshire Bell, David — Haverford College, N.Y. Blossom, Sarah — Work Bowditch, Jean — Northeastern University Bowen, Patricia — College of the Holy Cross Brantcm, David — Cape Cod Community College Brownell, Marc — Work Brassard, Claude — U. of Massachusetts, Amherst ' Buckley, Albert — Boston College Buckley, Elizabeth — Work Burgess, Winston — Nasson College Campion, Tracy — Radcliffe College Carroll, Alf — U.S. Coast Guard Academy Catler, Jon — Berklee School of Music Chisholm, Carol — Katharine Gibbs Cif rino, Elizabeth — Endicott College Cody, Patricia — Vermont College Connors, Gregory — Georgia Institute of Tech. Conte, John — Northeastern University Cooper, Joseph' — St. Francis of Pennsylvania Cotter, Kathleen — St. Michael's College, Vt. Cowan, Margaret — Mt. Holyoke College Cowan, The as — College of the Holy Cross Croninger, Kimberly — Syracuse University Curelli, Christopher Coughlin, Donna — Russell Sage College, N.Y. Daniels, Scott — Drew University Day, Susan — New England College Delaney, Mathew — Bryant College DiTullio, John — Quincy Junior College Doggett, Peter — Northeastern University D'Onof rio, Charles — Assumption College Douglas, Chris — U. of Massachusetts, Amherst Drake, Kevin — Service Duncan, Robert — Suffolk University Dunn, Melissa — Boston College Durkin, Patricia — Aquinas College Edfors, Asa — Karlstads University, Sweden Fielding, Barbara — Bridgewater State College Figueiredo, Theresa — Holliston Jr. College Flint, Marc — Nichols College Flynn, Peter — Boston College Fox, Susan — University of Massachusetts Geary, Deborah — Bowdoin College Gjesteby, Ingrid — Colby College, Maine Goggin, Edward — Northeastern University Gould, Christopher — University of Wyoming Granger, Marilyn — Bowdoin College Grinnell, Charles — University of Mass., Amherst Grimes, Peter H anion, Katherine — Work Harris, Kimberly — Duke, University N.C. Harrington, Helen — Heidelberg College Hardy, Joseph Harris, Robert — Maine Maritime Hart, Michael — University of New Hampshire Haskell, Alison — U. of Massachusetts, Amherst Hassan, James — Work Healy, Kathleen — Bridgewater State College Hobbs, Peter Holt, Louisa — University of New Hampshire Howe, Mary — Work Howley, Michael — Assumption College Hoy, James — Boston State College Humphreys, Lillian — Curry College Hunrwork, Melissa — Quincy Junior College Hurlbut, Steve — Work Inf usino, Theresa — Boston College Ingemi, Lynn — Vermont College Jackson, Bradford — Drew University Jones, Deborah — Katherine Gibbs Jones, Robert — Boston State College Joyce, Stephen — Service Knight, Audrey — Work Kraft, Kathryn — Quincy Junior College Kravette, Amanda — Holliston Junior College Kurtz, Richard Lagrotteria, Gregory — Curry College Laue, Dawn — Work Laugelle, Mary Laugelle, Luann — Eastern Nazarene Laugelli, Mary — Quincy Junior College Libby, Michael — Providence College, R.I. Lincoln, Beth — Work Linsley, Susan — Radcliffe College Linsley, Sarah — Radcliffe College Logan, Carolyn — New England College, N.H. Longo, James — U. of Massachusetts, Amherst Lord, Donna — Union College, N.Y. MacDon aid, Joyce — Work Maher, John — Service Marks, Cheryl — Work Marsden, Bah — Boston College Martone, David — Work McCarthy, Greg — Massasoit Community College McCarthy, Mark McGinnis, John — Babson College McKinnell, Meg McNulty, David — U. of Miami Murray, Lillian — Eastern Nazarene Najjar, Victor — Boston U. Nichols, Jeff — Work O'Brien, Susan — North Adams State College Pape, Robin — Mass. College of Pharmacy Parker, Julie — Norwich U. Pottenger, David — Davidson College Prescott, Joan — Connecticut College Quilty, Chris — University of Maine Ritter, Lynn — Work Rowe, Arthur — Work Salvador, Dana — ITT Sargent, Donna — Work Shannon, David — Bridgeton Academy Silvia, Robert Singleton, Brian — U. of Massachusetts, Amherst Smith, Carter Smith, Sarah — Green Mountain College Steele, Randy — Boston College Stanford, Anne — Massasoit Community College St. John, Greg — Marines Sullivan, Brian — U. of Mass., Amherst Sullivan, Maureen. — Quincy Junior College Syrmopoulos, Dyanne — U. of Mass., Amherst Towle, Lisa Trask, Matthew — Work — Quincy Jr. College Trayers, Paul — Western New England College Twaddle, Gray — Bridgewater State College Vanderlugt, Elsa — Boston College Vivian, David — Colby, Me. Walls, Mike — Bryant Wilmore, Laurel — Curry College Westberg, Dan — SIS Student — Lundsbergs Skola, Sweden Watrous, Sarah — Colby College, Maine Wilmouth, Leonard — Nasson College Wilmott, Clive — Long Island U. Zappalo, Gregory — Northeastern U.